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Optimize your payments from users globally

25 October 2016
How you setup your payments can make a huge difference to your revenue. Knowing when to process payments domestically vs. internationally is one of the key ways to boost your bottom line.
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Optimize your payments from users globally

How you setup your payments can make a huge difference to your revenue. Knowing when to process payments domestically vs. internationally is one of the key ways to boost your bottom line.

Flying the flag for domestic payments

U.S. based but operate internationally? Grow revenue and reduce processing cost by leveraging local entities worldwide

Map out local payment routes in key markets

Something tells us your users expect more than credit cards

We process locally
in over 130 markets

We offer direct domestic connections to all global markets. Whether you’re already international or making your first steps globally, we can help get your setup correct from the very beginning.

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Domestic processing is the act of processing the payment through a local entity as opposed to one based in your home market.

This seems simple enough, but knowing whether to go this route or not depends on a lot of variables.

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Mapping out your local entities across the world is the first step.

So, where are your offices?


We have seen our customers boost their revenue dramatically by choosing the right acquiring setup.

Up to a 2.5% saving on in country revenue by switching to domestic processing.

Up to2.5%Saving

A practical example of the kinds of savings you can make by moving to a domestic acquiring strategy is with the EU.

We worked with a large software company in the US to find out how much they could save by processing domestically in the EU.


By switching, the company made savings on their in-market turnover.

Market Turnover3.21%Saving

This resulted in an additional $230,000 per annum.

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Every market has a very different mix of payment methods that are preferred. This varies by your industry, so you need to be aware and explore each market carefully.

e-Wallets represent over a quarter of all e-commerce transactions globally. 29% in 2016 and set to rise.

E-Wallets29%Transactions

For example nearly half of all ecommerce transactions in China are through Alipay, an e-wallet.

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The best choice between domestic and international acquiring varies between company and industry. You need to work with a payment partner who can help you make the right decision.

Make sure you have the right local payment method mix in all your markets. We can suggest the right choices so you reach as many users as possible.

Once you’re setup correctly, we use data and benchmarking, so you can make positive changes to your payments and deliver more revenue in your key markets.