Judopay, a London-based startup enabling merchants to accept mobile payments through a turnkey process, has formed a partnership with Visa’s CyberSource unit to extend the startup’s reach to international customers.
The partnership leverages CyberSource’s payment management platform so that merchants in global markets may use Judopay to integrate in-app mobile payments technology with a few lines of code, while retaining their existing acquiring bank relationship, Judopay said in a Wednesday press release. Judopay launched its platform in 2012.
Foster City, Calif.-based CyberSource’s platform enables Judopay merchants around the world to accept payments via cards, card-on-file, wallets and at the point of sale, according to the release.
“The CyberSource partnership means we can support new and existing customers in their rapid expansion worldwide, whether in London, Rio, New York, Paris or Dubai,” said Ryan Farley, Judopay’s CEO, in the release.
The relationship should help business leaders respond to the rapid changes in both digital payments technology and consumer shopping behavior, added Neil Caldwell, vice president of CyberSource Europe.