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Payhub Announces Partnerships For Better Online Payments Capabilities

Last week merchant services firm Payhub announced that it added integrations with two third-party companies to improve its online payment options for customers. Multi-vendor shopping cart software company jMarket and open source shopping cart firm Opencart will both help Payhub improve its online payment options, according to a company statement.

This move is part of Payhub’s strategy to provide eCommerce and online payment capabilities for its merchants, The Paypers reported Lon Hun from Payhub.com as saying. Additionally, Payhub lets businesses manage credit card payments with mobile devices like the iPad, iPod touch, iPhone and Android.

“This is part of our strategy of providing a full range of ecommerce and online payment capabilities for our merchants,” Payhub said in a statement. “Combined with Payhub Checkout, our hosted checkout system, payment and donation buttons, and full transaction API – you can find the online payment gateway solution that you need.”

More companies are looking to keep their online payments options as smooth as possible, ensuring that customers do not experience difficulty at any stage in the payments process. Earlier this week, PYMNTS.com reported on Travelport, an eCommerce company, announcing that it increased its ownership stake in eNett International, a payments business for the travel industry.


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