Seamless and Dwolla have teamed to enable money transfers between private individuals, also known as peer-to-peer, across the US via the digital payment solution SEQR. Additionally, Webhallen has upgraded their online shop with SEQR’s Instant Checkout service.
Sweden-based Seamless posted third quarter revenue of SEK 75 million, an increase of 75% compared to the same period last year. The Company’s Flagship product, SEQR, is now looking for one or more co-investors.
Europe’s most used mobile payment solution, SEQR is aiming for the launch of NFC (near field communications) payments in the first quarter of 2016.
Until now, SEQR customers have been able to use their phones to make payments in stores where SEQR have an integration to the merchants’ cash register. SEQR customers will be able to shop with SEQR in any store that has NFC enabled card terminals, whether or not a merchant has a direct agreement with SEQR.
It’s now possible to use the Seamless SEQR payment solutionSeamless to make international money transfers between SEQR users. The service is initially being offered free of charge and will be the simplest and least expensive way of sending money between countries.
SEQR released its new feature MyShop, making it possible for every user to sell goods via their mobile, whether it is a garage sale or opening their own mobile e-shop. The goods can conveniently be marketed in social media channels of choice, classified sites, or printed and posted.
The SEQR mobile wallet has developed plugins facilitating the implementation of online mobile payments on Mageto, OpenCart, PrestaShop and WooCommerce.
Sweden’s SEQR has forged a deal with MD-based FMS Solutions to offer retail grocery and independent supermarket clients a means for their customers to pay by smartphone.
Sweden-based Seamless launched Shop Spot, a new feature that turns every media into a sales channel. A purchase is made directly from media and the product is then shipped to the chosen address. The feature is targeted to merchants, brands and media, while at the same time completely revolutionizing the shopping experience for the consumer.
Sweden-based SEQR, by Seamless, is continuing its march into the U.S. market with the signing of a three-year agreement to partner with The Secure Gateway. SEQR is Sweden’s and Europe’s most used mobile payment solution in stores and online.
Sweden’s Seamless snagged a top First Data executive to manage its expansion into the USA. Seamless is the company behind the mobile payment solution SEQR.
Seamless, the provider of the mobile payment solution SEQR, has inked a deal with Newtek Business Services’ subsidiary, The Secure Gateway.