SAN FRANCISCO | Adyen has processed more than $14 billion in payments transactions in 2013 – a 40% increase over 2012 – and achieved record growth in terms of revenue, mobile payments and new customer wins. Adyen’s substantial growth was driven by a 40% increase in new customers worldwide and significant organic growth of existing customers.
Strong Performance in North America
Adyen North America, one of the company’s fastest-growing regions, experienced an 1,800% increase in global payments transaction value processed for its customers. It also achieved nearly 153% growth in new customers – more than double the new customer growth in 2012 – and significant organic growth from existing customers.
Adyen's 2013 company milestones, new offerings and growth indicators include (amongst others):
- Mobile transactions grew to 19.5% of total payments processed, up from 10.5% at the end of 2012 – an 85% increase.
- Added new local payment methods including: Western Union, SEPA Direct Debits, and Boku (global), Trustly (Scandinavia), Multibanco (Portugal), and Boleto Bancario (Brazil), bringing the total number of payment methods supported to 251 – more than any other payments provider.
- Enhanced its global acquiring network with local acquiring partners in France, Spain, Brazil and the US.
- Launched several new technologies, including: Automated Pay Out solution, which facilitates electronic payouts for gaming and gambling, travel and peer-to-peer companies; Easy Encryption API, which encrypts payment data for greater security; and expanded support for Magento’s e-commerce platform in Brazil.
Adyen serves +3500 merchants worldwide
Adyen, holding full acquiring licenses for Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners, Discover and Union Pay schemes, serves more than 3,500 medium- to enterprise-size merchants worldwide. New customers that signed on with Adyen in 2013 include: Indiegogo, Wix, Zoosk, Graze, i-Parcel and Lebara. Adyen also signed 12 new airlines in 2013, including Transavia, Monarch Airlines, EL AL, Avianca Brazil and Cityjet, increasing its airline customer portfolio to 20.
“Adyen’s incredible success is the direct result of our singular focus on helping merchants exceed their payments goals – whether by helping them penetrate new markets, expand into new sales channels, increase conversion rates, optimize their payments operations or protect their customer data,” said Pieter van der Does, CEO of Adyen. “Our unified, omni-channel payments platform, card acquiring capabilities, extensive global reach and constant innovation will continue to fuel Adyen’s growth in 2014 – especially in key markets such as North America.”
Adyen is a global provider of international and omni-channel payment solutions. Adyen holds full acquiring licenses for Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners, Discover and Union Pay schemes enabling its platform to process payments from any sales channels including online, mobile, and point-of-sale (POS). The Platform is highly scalable and can be completely customized to meet any merchant requirement. Adyen processes 251 local payment methods and 187 transaction currencies used on six continents, making it the ideal partner for international expansion. Many high profile customers use Adyen including Groupon, Indiegogo, Wix, TomTom, Graze, Farfetch, Badoo, SoundCloud, Mango, KLM, CityJet, i-Parcel and Vodafone. Adyen is headquartered in Amsterdam, with offices in London, Paris, Berlin, Stockholm, San Francisco, Boston, Sao Paulo, and Singapore. The company processed more than USD 14 billion in payments transactions in 2013. Visit Adyen's website for more information.
Sourced from Adyen, January 16th, 2014