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Spreedly Expands Payment Options to PayPal Braintree Customers

Spreedly Expands Payment Options to PayPal Braintree

Spreedly, the leading payment orchestration platform provider, announced the addition of integrations for PayPal Credit, Venmo, PayPal Pay Later, and ACH payments, providing clients with even more payment method possibilities. These additional payment methods are now accessible to PayPal and Spreedly customers processing via PayPal Braintree.

An effective payment plan must incorporate the appropriate combination of payment options to accommodate client preferences, regional payment requirements, and a variety of other factors. Payments Orchestration supports the integration of new and local payment methods (LPMs), providing an extensive set of payment options for assisting global merchants to reach more customers, reduce transaction fees, and improve conversion rates.

Randy Guard, Chief Product and Marketing Officer at Spreedly, stated, "Through our single point of integration, Spreedly provides the capability, along with a wealth of knowledge, to enable customers to select the right mix of payment methods for today's market needs – and prepare for future, unknown needs." He added, "Our joint customers are able to offer a variety of local payment methods, like Venmo, and make it even easier for consumers to pay using any method they choose."

(Source – Cision PR Newswire)

About Spreedly

Founded in 2008, Spreedly is a leading provider of payments orchestration platforms, enabling and optimizing digital transactions with the most comprehensive payment services marketplace in the world. By utilizing our payments technology, global organizations and hyper-growth companies can expand their digital businesses more rapidly.Hundreds of global clients secure card data in their PCI-compliant vault and use tokenized card data to facilitate and optimize more than $45 billion in yearly transaction volumes with any payment service. The headquarters of Spreedly is located in downtown Durham, North Carolina.



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