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Vindicia Partners with GlobalCollect for E-Commerce Payments

March 21, 2011

Vindicia, a billing software provider for e-commerce merchants, has entered into a partnership with payments processor GlobalCollect to give its customers access to a portfolio of local, international, and alternative payment methods. The companies said the deal offers Vindicia’s merchants in the digital goods space the opportunity to leverage GlobalCollect’s billing and subscription services along with its WebCollect payment platform. “Vindicia’s key objective is to support online merchants across multiple business models, from subscriptions to micro transactions, and they handle over 250,000 international transactions daily for some of the largest merchants in the digital world,” said Koen Vanpraet, CCO of GlobalCollect. “GlobalCollect’s key objective is to offer access to a portfolio of payment methods in over 200 countries to help its clients reach previously inaccessible target groups by catering to locally preferred payment choices.”



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