Mobile top-up firm, Ding, has partnered with global payments platform Adyen to enhance its payment systems.
As part of the link, the Ireland-based Ding will be able to make top-up payments more efficient and accessible through the newly acquired partnership with Adyen.
There are several challenges for Ding’s international customers. Sending mobile top-up’s to over 150 countries, with an array of differing currencies, languages and acquiring entities to accommodate too.
Adyen will utilise its global acquiring network to process payments locally to help Ding streamline internal operations, reduce transaction costs and contribute to higher transaction authorisation rates.
“With Adyen’s help, we’ve been able to update our payment offering to better meet the needs of our international consumers,” stated Micheál Egan, Head of Payments at Ding.
“Adyen massively reduces the complexity of accepting payments across each of our operational regions. Typically, businesses would need to set up multiple connections in order to access local processing, but with Adyen’s vast acquiring network we only need one.”
“We’ve also added new and popular alternative ways to pay, such as mobile wallets, which has helped drive our growth and give our customers an even better payment experience.”
Adyen and Ding have also partnered to launch a new subscription service, allowing an even more seamless experience for customers.
Colin Neil, Managing Director UK at Adyen, commented on the partnership with Adyen: “We’re thrilled to support Ding as it extends its reach across the global stage.
“It’s just one of several exciting and innovative companies we’re working with in Ireland which are making a positive international impact.”