If you sell on the internet or run an ecommerce business, you need a practical way to process credit card payments. While it’s true that other forms of online payments are growing in popularity, credit cards are still the most preferred method of payment online
Thanks to their willingness to take numerous pies to the face – at the risk of their pride, clothing and ear canals – the Payza Team managed to raise exactly $1000 for the Native Women’s Shelter of Montreal. This is an amazing amount which will no doubt do a lot of good for the organization. We’re very proud that we were able to come together and raise so much in such a short amount of time
Last week the web was rocked with the news of the Heartbleed bug, which affected servers by exploiting a vulnerability in OpenSSL encrypted data (Payza’s servers were secure – you can learn more in this post). The vulnerability had particularly severe implications for ecommerce businesses, as it gave hackers access to a server’s memory, where sensitive data like usernames, password information, and credit card numbers are stored. Ecommerce businesses can take this opportunity to take another look at their web server security.
Payza announced today that it has formed a strategic relationship to provide credit and debit payment service to Canadian merchants based on its highly successful, fully-featured Payza as a Platform enterprise solution. The company announced its Payza Merchant Gateway service in the U.S. last month and an additional strategic partnership in the EU that will launch in a few months.
“This partnership is significant in the international expansion of our merchant gateway service not only because we can provide more options to our Canadian merchants, but also because it will allow us to roll out this service into Australia and Brazil in the very near future,” explains Firoz Patel, Payza’s Global Executive Vice President.