Fusion Reactor has partnered with global payment and commercial solutions provider, WorldPay, to provide clients with access to sophisticated merchant facilities online.
"WorldPay's payment gateway integrates with Fusion Reactor's business solutions, including Shopping-PAD, enabling a swift and seamless e-commerce solution," says Bill Hogan, new business development manager at Fusion Reactor.
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"In addition, WorldPay's WorldDirect, with an acceptance rate of over 90%, offers a quick and easy way of obtaining an Internet Trading Account (ITA), often a major problem for SMEs. If clients have an existing ITA, Fusion Reactor can now provide secure processing services in less than 48 hours," he says.
Fusion Reactor adds that customers also have access to WorldPay's Customer Management System, aiming to enable them to access and report on all transactions received via their websites, while security is ensured by fraud-detection system, WorldAlert.
Hogan explains that: "The Fusion Reactor/WorldPay multi-currency processing system, provided in association with NatWest bank, enables customers to offer products and services in over 120 different currencies, and receive payment in a range of 14 remittance currencies.”
Says Craig Lintott, technical director at Fusion Reactor: "Built around web technologies from Sun, The Apache Software Foundation, JavaSoft and Sybase, the WorldPay Select Gateway now serves as the core of our e-commerce enabling solutions, providing clients and their customers with a wide range of payment methods and reporting tools.”
"WorldPay Select accepts payment information via the web, capturing card and shopper details for authorisation of payments through the banking network. Transaction results can be viewed by both clients and their customers and automatic messaging facilities provide digital receipts directly to both parties," he adds.
Computing SA staff write for IDG News Service