eMerchantPay opens office in Amsterdam

AMSTERDAM | eMerchantPay, one of the international payment processors for e-commerce, alternative payment solutions, recurring bill payments, virtual terminals and more is branching out. eMerchantPay recently opened a new office in the city centre of Amsterdam in the Netherlands.


eMerchantPay provides online payment services to online international merchants and processes in more than 150 currencies and delivers support in various languages, plus dedicated account managers providing personal service. Quality, long-term, global banking relationships, plus in-house risk liability and accountability enable eMerchantPay to offer Merchant Accounts to businesses of all types and sizes, even in high risk situations where approval has previously not been secured.

eMerchantPay's New Amsterdam Office

eMerchantPay has opened this office in Amsterdam primarily to house their international sales centre. Colleagues from both the marketing department and the product development team are also seated in the sales centre. The new office is located on the 2nd floor of a monumental mansion on the picturesque Herengracht (canal) in the historical city center, and is easily accessible from both Amsterdam central station and Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. The new office is located at the Herengracht 160 in Amsterdam.

'For our sales and marketing activities'

“We chose Amsterdam as a location for our sales and marketing activities given the good access to an existing large pool of experienced people from the payments industry located in a relatively small area in and around Amsterdam.

Additionally, good access to transportation options across Europe and to other continents was also an important decision making factor. Finally, Dutch people have a long history of being successful and innovative business people. We are excited about the launch of our new Amsterdam office that fits well within eMerchantPay’s current infrastructure both from a geographic and strategic standpoint.” says Jonas Reynisson, CEO eMerchantPay.


Sourced from Press Release eMerchantPay, November 3rd, 2014
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