Useablenet Integrates with PayPal for M-Commerce

Jan. 31, 2011

Useablenet, a New York City-based mobile technology company, has integrated with PayPal's Mobile Express Checkout, to enhance payment offerings on its clients' mobile Websites and other supported solutions, such as mobile applications, tablets, Facebook and other social media and in-store kiosks. Usablenet has created a technology platform that extends all features, functionality, and content contained on clients' websites (or other available sources) to their customers wherever they are. "Given our significantly shared client base with PayPal, we are thrilled to be able to extend PayPal to mobile and to our other solutions," said Usablenet President Nick Taylor. "Usablenet empowers top e-commerce merchants throughout the world," said Bill Zielke, PayPal's senior director of merchant services. "By integrating PayPal's Mobile Express Checkout with Usablenet's offerings, businesses can enable consumers to speed through checkout securely using their mobile phones."


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