Point of Sale

Adyen Partners With Mi9 For Merchant Payments Solution

Adyen has announced it is partnering with omnichannel retail solutions provider Mi9 Retail to allow merchants to accept payments through Adyen’s payments platform.

The integrated point-of-sale and payments solution will benefit customers at the more than 450 worldwide retail businesses serviced by Mi9 Retail. The technology will save merchants time on the certification process, as well as ease the complexity and cost of managing multiple payment vendors in various countries.

Adyen has offices around the world and serves more than 4,500 businesses, including eight of the 10 largest U.S. internet companies; its customers include Facebook, Uber, Netflix, Spotify, Casper, Bonobos and L’Oréal.

Last year, Adyen announced it was expanding its partnership with Alipay, China’s largest eCommerce company, allowing retailers around the world to accept mobile payments from Chinese customers in physical stores.

“Adyen seeks partners who can help provide a seamless checkout experience for consumers,” said Kamran Zaki, president, North America, Adyen. “Mi9 understands the shifting retail landscape and has a proven track record of working with world-class retailers. Our combined services create a number of powerful benefits to both retailers and consumers.”

Miami-based Mi9 Retail has operations in North America, Europe and Asia. The company aims to enable retailers to give their customers a great experience — online, in-store and on any device.

The partnership gives Mi9 Retail customers access to Adyen’s new Terminal API, which enables retailers to easily integrate and scale the technology to their needs so they can provide checkout from anywhere in the store, on any device.

“Our partnership with Adyen was designed to meet the evolving needs of retailers,” said Neil Moses, CEO of Mi9 Retail. “We collaborate with companies that provide great services for our customers, and we know that they will immediately see the advantages that Adyen offers. We’re excited to bring this combined offer to the market.”



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