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Adyen is a payment technology provider that offers businesses a single solution to process payments from all over the world.
The company offers modern infrastructure that can manage the whole payment process. Businesses can choose among 250 payment methods worldwide, including national and international credit cards, debit cards, e-wallets, purchase on account, bank transfer, and direct debit, prepaid cards and mobile payment methods.
Adyen also offers numerous payment options for in-app and browser-based mobile payments, including credit cards and mobile wallets as well as new brands such as Apple Pay and Android Pay. Payment processing for local payment methods was optimized, making it possible for the payment process to be processed in the app.
Adyen’s headquarters in Amsterdam and San Francisco as well as branch offices in North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia. Adyen already has more than 4,500 businesses among its customers, including seven of the ten biggest US internet companies and three of the biggest clothing companies in the world. Adyen’s customers include Facebook, Uber, Airbnb, Netflix, Spotify, Dropbox, Groupon, Evernote, Booking.com, Yelp, Vodafone, Superdry, Mango, Crocs, O’Neill, SoundCloud, KLM, and JustFab.
Adyen provides service for many customer journeys through different channels - all via one platform. The advantages of e-commerce are also used for business at the point-of-sale. Thanks to a web-based solution, all POS businesses can be managed globally. The result is improved usability for the customer and valuable cross-channel-data for the retailer.
Thanks to integration with Adyen, businesses have full control over design and customer data. Customers’ card data are encrypted before passing through the retailer’s system, leading to a decreased amount of PCI-compliance. The integration is implemented either by a simple interface via libraries or a plugin with shop modules such as Magento, hybris and the Salesforce Commerce Cloud.
Adyen MarketPay can automate the distribution of payments between merchant and commission accounts, allowing for quicker and more cost-efficient payouts.