Plug in for maximum coverage. We bring together the strongest providers in each geography and redraw the map, creating an unrivalled open payments power grid.
Our intelligent network routes your payments through secure connections. We monitor system availability and failover in real-time to ensure that you are always connected.
Volt brings together banks and networks across geographies and maps functionalities across our market-leading open payments grid.
Switch and smart routing provide for maximum redundancy and failover, whilst our orchestration layer ensures your payments are routed through the most efficient channels.
Volt connects you across Europe to 27 geographies. In 2021, Volt will bring you connectivity to open payments networks in LATAM and APAC.
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Account2Account offers an alternative to accepting credit cards online. It is designed for merchants to accept online payments directly into their bank account in real time.
Open banking payments are authenticated directly between consumers and their banks, meaning, unlike with direct debits, merchants can avoid chargebacks generated due to fraud or an inability to capture funds. It works in a similar way to most online banking methods. A customer simply selects the payment type during the checkout process, at which point they are redirected to their bank’s online banking environment to securely confirm the payment.
Fast Bank Transfer allows its customers to use a bank transfer as a means of online payment.
A bank transfer is an offline or online initiated transfer of funds from the shopper's bank account to the merchant's bank account. It can be used by any online shopper with a bank account. Merchants have to wait for the shopper to take action, completes payment and for the funds to arrive in their bank account before delivery of service or product can take place.