JCB International and Worldine have expanded their partnership to support both the exchange of global e-commerce and the growth of JCB contactless payments enablement across Europe.
Previously, the two brands coordinated to support digital shopping outside of Europe and worked to enable JCB Contactless in regions such as Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Belgium, and Poland.
Now, their collaboration will make room for more of Worldline’s merchants to accept face-to-face contactless payments in other European markets from Q2 2021, especially in Nordic regions.
Additionally, Worldline merchants around the globe can now accept online JCB cardmember transactions. The number of merchants accepting JCB Contactless is steadily expanding internationally.
“Worldline’s ambition is to be the partner of choice for merchants. We stand by our customers’ side and support their business growth with consumer-friendly and efficient services for their specific needs,” says Roger Niederer, Chief Market Officer Merchant Services of Worldline.
“Contactless payments and e-commerce are a manifest consumer trend, and I am happy that Worldline is now expanding its global partnership with JCB to apply our advanced payments technology in both face-to-face and ecommerce transactions.”
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