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Worldpay offers payment solutions at the POS for local businesses as well as solutions for e-commerce and m-commerce. The payment methods offered are card payments (credit and debit cards), bank transactions, e-wallets, direct debit, purchase on account and prepaid cards.
Announced in 2017, the acquisition of Worldpay by Vantiv was completed in early 2018. Vantiv was founded in 1971 in Cincinnati, in the United States. The combined entities were named Worldpay, with its headquarters listed in the United States and internal operation based in the United Kingdom.
Worldpay provides service to retailers in 146 different countries. They can choose between more than 300 different payment methods. Worldpay’s headquarters are in London. From there, 42% of the transactions are processed. Additionally, the company has 25 branch offices in 11 different countries, including the United States, India, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Japan and China. The Worldpay-network allows for payments from all geographical regions that make up over 99% of the global GDP.
Worldpay’s customers are more than 400,000 companies from different industries, such as airlines, retailers, tour companies, gambling businesses and online companies. Businesses of all sizes are serviced - from smallest to small and medium-sized businesses (SME) as well as international web-based companies with complex payment needs.
Worldpay markets a mobile card terminal, Worldpay Reader, and a POS system, Worldpay Hub. Worldpay Reader is compatible with iOS and Android devices. The compact card reader is ideal for traveling merchants. Worldpay Hub is a compact point of sale system, complete with a cash drawer, tablet, printer and payment terminal.
Merchants can accept payments from anywhere, using Worldpay point of sale app. The app is compatible with various payment methods, e.g. Cash, Chip & PIN credit and debit cards, contactless and swipe payments – including Apple Pay, Google Pay and Samsung Pay. Inventory management, sales summary and breakdown, as well as bestselling items can be viewed and managed through the app. Merchants can perform full or partial refunds and void directly in the app.
Plugins for numerous e-commerce platforms including Demandware, Magento, Intershop, Hypris, Oracle and IBM, allow for simple and fast integration, thus saving up to 80% of time and costs in technical development.
Worldpay offers a special fraud management tool, RiskGuardian, that can depict customized risk decisions, especially for industries such as trade, aviation, tourism, video gaming and digital goods. It also offers enhanced IP geolocation, age and ID-checks, 200 realtime rule verification,workflows and dashboards that can be created individually.
An interesting additional feature for retailers is one-click buying, which facilitates the payment process for repeat-customers and increases the conversion rate. Further features are the bankout-function, a dynamic 3DS and the possibility of tokenization.
Pricing varies according the country of origine of a merchant and the pricing model chosen. In the United Kingdom, for example, merchants can choose to pay as they go, with a 2.75% + £0.20 transaction fee, or to pay monthly, with a £19.95 monthly fee plus 2.75% (credit cards) & 0.75% (debit cards) transaction fee. Other services, such as PCI compliance or chargebacks, can incur further charges. For an individualized offer, simply request a quote through Paylobby.