3dcart and vantiv partnership
Merchant Innovation

Vantiv Expands Online Footprint

Online shopping cart software provider 3dcart announced its partnership with Vantiv to bring “flexible eCommerce processing choices” to more than 20,000 online merchant sites.

“3dcart is committed to creating tight integrations with the best eCommerce partners on the market, and the results of those initiatives help provide online merchants with access to diverse payment processing options,” 3dcart CEO Gonzalo Gil said in a statement released on Wednesday (May 4).

“With more than 800,000 merchant locations served, Vantiv is a well-respected name in the industry and a key online payment processing addition for 3dcart customers,” Gil added.

3dcart said payment processing through Vantiv will provide online stores with access to many core payment capabilities, including traditional card processing, cross-border and alternative payment options. It is also expected that several value-added protection, revenue, analytics, reporting and operations solutions will be made available as well.

All merchants with 3dcart stores have the option to integrate Vantiv, which 3dcart stated will offer the following core benefits:

  • Lower fraud risk through tokenization and proactive fraud identification
  • Access to snapshots and granular data on customer purchasing history
  • Optimized approvals and reduced revenue-draining attrition through recovery solutions
  • Customer support 24/7/365

Recently, Vantiv launched its BizBuz community, an online platform centered on fostering and supporting small businesses.

Vantiv said the BizBuz interactive community will stand as a way for small business owners to connect and share insights and resources, while also gaining exclusive access to content and events, such as webinars, discounts from sponsors and a series of blogs covering key topics of interest to SMBs.


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