ClickandBuy online payment systems has selected Voltage Security enterprise and payment card data protection to provide advanced data security and protect customer cardholder, PAN (Personal Account Number), payment data and PII (personally identifiable data) as part of addressing PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) compliance. Voltage end-to-end payment security solutions are available integrated with a variety of hardware platforms and as a software-only implementation for e-commerce. Voltage solutions provide cloud-scale encryption and simplified key management for protecting sensitive information wherever it is stored and processed, on-premise or in private and public clouds.
Oliver Kinne has been appoints executive director with ClickandBuy International effective immediately. In his new role he will be responsible for expanding international market share. Kinne previously led carrier business in Southeast Asia and the Pacific and Global Sales Vodafone at Nokia. ClickandBuy internet payment services is used for internet purchases by over 13
million people. Having doubled its turnover generated by traders and end customers to EUR922 million (TTV) in 2008, the ClickandBuy Group first crossed the billion euro threshold in 2009.
In response to research showing 17% of consumers believe online retail
is the least trustworthy retail sector, paired with the notion 83% of us
share that the amount of fraud is increasing everyday, GB Group identity
management solutions has signed a three year deal with ClickandBuy
e-Payments to provide users greater identity protection. Authorizing
ClickandBuy payment processing services for more than 14,000 online
merchants across 26 countries, GB Group monitors for signs of risk and
verifies for customers merchant identities and whether or not they are
authorized to make the required payment. If there is deemed to be any
risk, a full identity check will ensue instantly at the point of sale,
thus reducing the risk of someone else stealing card details on sites
supported by ClickandBuy, which serves consumers using 126 different
currencies and 46 different payment methods.
ClickandBuy payment systems and Redtienda eCommerce software have
partnered for the expansion of operations in Spanish-speaking markets
around the world. Given its established presence in these markets and
continued growth, Redtienda was seen by ClickandBuy as the best partner
for expansion. Under the partnership, of which the terms have not been
disclosed, the two companies market and network opportunities throughout
the respective regions to aid Hispanic companies and entrepreneurs to
business on the Internet more easily. Redtienda eCommerce was established
to provide software products in Spanish and English for emerging Hispanic
businesses and is used by over 3,100 companies in 54 countries. ClickandBuy
E-Payment systems is soon to be implemented as TELMEX in Latin America,
has over 7,000 merchants customers and is used by more than 8,600,000
customers to pay for retail goods and services over the Internet.
Paypal has been granted a European Union banking license and can
now continue to offer services to online merchants throughout Europe.
Paypal hopes to eventually offer their service through most online
European retail sites. Currently, it has 35 million accounts and is offered
on more than 100,000 websites in Europe and supports payments
from 190 markets in 17 currencies. PayPal processed $8.4 billion of
total payment volume in Europe last year and research shows 23% of
European Internet shoppers prefer their service.
Paypal has announced that it has reached the milestone of 35 million
accounts in Europe. Further demonstrating the services’ growing
popularity, 23% of European online consumers use the company’s protected
payment service. Without ever having to retype their financial
information or share it with the merchant, in 2006 Paypal users spent
$8.4 billion in Europe. The service has a presence in 15 countries,
supports payments from 103 markets using 17 global currencies, and has
more than 133 million accounts.
T-Online Venture Fund has made a 10% investment in Zug-based
FIRSTGATE Holding, owner of Europe’s in Click&Buy Internet
payment services. Besides the investment of the T-Online Venture Fund, interoperability between T-Pay, the online payment system by T-Com, and Click&Buy, is planned to be achieved. In future, this will open up the possibility for T-Pay, one of the leading German payment systems, to offer payment of T-Com bills through Click&Buy as well. Click&Buy system handles both billing in various currencies and the processing of credit cards, direct debits and the 40 most commonly used payment procedures in Europe.