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"Clever Pay GUI" - A New Interface for Even Easier and Faster Payment Acceptance for Online Businesses

COLOGNE, Germany, April 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --



EVO Payments International (EVO), a leading card payment acquirer and payment service provider operating in the United States, Canada, and Europe, today announced its new graphical user interface Clever Pay GUI in Europe. EVO designed this new interface to make payment acceptance for online businesses considerably easier and faster. Clever Pay GUI offers extensions for a number of different shop systems and also brings ready-made code for different programming languages, accelerating the implementation timeframe.

EVO's platform offers a wide variety of highly flexible data-based interfaces and easy-to-use graphical user interfaces to meet both the complex needs of large clients and international companies, as well as the rather conventional needs of small to medium-sized businesses. The Clever Pay GUI interface has been mainly designed for small to medium-sized businesses that do not want to waste lots of time and effort on a payment solution. It supports payments via leading international payment cards (Visa, V Pay, MasterCard and Maestro), account-based payment methods (direct debit, giropay, iDEAL, eps and SOFORT Banking) and alternative payment methods (PayPal). In addition to supporting a wide variety of payment processes, Clever Pay GUI incorporates sophisticated fraud prevention measures to protect all parties in the payment chain.

The new Clever Pay GUI interface offers extensions for shop systems gambio, JTLShop, Magento, OSCommerce, Opencart, OXID eSales, PrestaShop, Shopware and Xt:Commerce and can be easily and quickly integrated in other shop environments thanks to ready-made program code blocks for C#, Curl, Groovy, Java, Node.js, PHP, Phyton, Ruby, Scala and VB.NET.

"Standard solutions which are easy and cost-efficient to implement are essential for success within the small to medium-sized sector," said Mark Spangenberg, EVO's European Chief Operating Officer. "We are very excited about this new interface. Next to our strong position in the more project-driven business with large clients, Clever Pay GUI will help us to strengthen our footprint in the SME sector."

For details on EVO's introductory offer, see    
http://www.evopayments.eu/de/landing-pages/zahlungen-online-akzeptieren-in-deutschland/ (German only).

For additional details on the new Clever Pay interface, see    
http://www.evopayments.eu/en/services/payment-interfaces/clever-pay-gui/.

About EVO Payments International GmbH 

EVO Payments International GmbH ('EVO') is the European subsidiary of EVO Payments International. As Principal Member of Visa and MasterCard, EVO offers international solutions for debit and credit card acceptance and transaction processing for physical points of sale, e-commerce and mail-order retailing and ATMs. In addition to card acceptance, EVO provides a full suite of services including further non-cash payment methods, fraud prevention systems and other services which ensure easy, quick and secure handling of payments. EVO's payment solutions are supported by an experienced team of professionals and a best-in-class technology platform. The acquirer and payment service provider is the exclusive card acquiring provider for Deutsche Bank's Global Transaction Banking ('GTB') in Europe and has been repeatedly named "best acquirer for international merchants". For more information, please visit http://www.evopayments.eu

For more information please contact:
EVO Payments International GmbH
Tobias F. Hauptvogel
+49-69-9593288-44
[email protected]

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