London, United Kingdom (PRESS RELEASE – August 22, 2011) – eMerchantPay, a leading European-based provider of online payment processing solutions to merchants worldwide, has partnered with billing systems and management services company Payletter to offer the global gaming community enhanced online payment solutions. Seoul, Korea-based Payletter will be integrating eMerchantPay’s solutions as its preferred provider for their existing and prospective clients. The mutually beneficial partnership will enrich Payletter’s portfolio with eMerchantPay’s advanced and secure credit card processing services.
eMerchantPay offers online payment processing and settlement in over 40 worldwide currencies as well as a portfolio of payment methods that include credit cards, debit cards, online banking methods, e- wallets, micro-payments, alternative payments, local cards and direct debit.
Through this partnership, eMerchantPay will be able to offer its core competency in payment processing to the gaming community and leverage the relationship with Payletter to further assist this rapidly developing market. eMerchantPay has made a commitment to the gaming sector and this new partnership will lead to enhanced service to the gaming sector via a strong industry partner.
“The gaming sector is one of the most exciting sectors for online payment systems. We have chosen to partner with Payletter to build on the successes we have had in the gaming industry and we believe this will be a partnership that plays on the strengths of both companies,” says Stephane Panyasiri, EVP Business Development, Global Gaming Market at eMerchantPay. “With nearly a decade of experience in online credit card payment processing, we will enable Payletter to leverage our technology and experience, opening the door to a wide range of new opportunities for online gaming merchants.
We are seeing the global gaming market grow rapidly and through this partnership we will be able to continue driving forward development and innovation in the gaming sector. ”
This partnership follows the launch of eMerchantPay’s eComm Module which was designed to provide flexibility in accepting online payments with easy to use product management panels, personalized payment forms, multiple currency and language options, comprehensive customer service portals, automated email notifications, login and password management, automated re-billing and management of refund requests, password and subscription management, all together with an unrivalled array of localized payment options.