We realized that language barriers may impede the simplicity of our software amongst non-English speakers. In order to correct this, we have initiated the complete translation of our services and of our website
Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) November 5, 2010
Allied Wallet has officially launched a translation module on their website to enable users from around the world to access Allied Wallet’s website. At the present time Allied Wallet offers translations to Spanish, Japanese, and both Traditional and Simplified Chinese. This welcomed addition also allows consumers and merchants from around the globe to purchase goods and settle transactions in their native language and currency.
As Allied Wallet seeks to gain an international market share, the importance of clear communication amongst nations has become abundantly clear. As a solution, the translation of Allied Wallet's core services will play an important role in allowing customers all over the globe to easily learn and use Allied Wallet's e-wallet solution and all of its other payment services. In addition to these translations, Allied Wallet also allows merchants from any country to accept nearly any currency they choose. Whether it is the peso, the yen, or even the Chinese renminbi, there are no restraints to Allied Wallet’s Global ecommerce services.
"Allied Wallet provides extremely powerful ecommerce payment solutions which are incredibly simple to use," says Andy Khawaja, CEO of Allied Wallet. "We realized that language barriers may impede the simplicity of our software amongst non-English speakers. In order to correct this, we have initiated the complete translation of our services and of our website."
While Allied Wallet has always delivered ewallet, ach processing, and merchant account solutions internationally, the translation of their services attempt to cater to Spanish, Japanese, and Chinese speakers who wish to accept credit cards on their websites, and wish to take advantage of their payment solutions.
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