This is our specialty - to offer cutting edge multi-currency payment processing services to companies around the world without requiring long lead times or significant investments in infrastructure.
Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) December 14, 2011
USA Fulfillment, a Chestertown, MD, based company that specializes in the packing and timely delivery of products for internet retailers, is used to serving clients from across the nation. However, in today's increasingly global economy, USA Fulfillment realizes that there are companies across the globe looking for the services they provide - order processing, packaging, and fast delivery of products to customers in one of the most attractive markets in the world - the USA.
In the interest of facilitating US business for international clients, USA fulfillment has partnered with PacNet Services, an international payment processing company that specializes in clearing payments in the national currencies of over 130 countries for e-commerce and direct mail companies around the world. PacNet's suite of multi-currency payment processing services, customizable integration options, and cutting edge online banking interface allows USA Fulfillment clients to optimize and automate the payments process to suit their own specifications, without requiring them to have a presence in the US or even operate a US bank account.
"The ability to look before you leap, to test new markets without investing heavily in corporate infrastructure, is a huge advantage if you are trying to fuel growth by targeting foreign markets" says Renee Frappier, director of marketing for PacNet Services, "This is our specialty - to offer cutting edge multi-currency payment processing services to companies around the world without requiring long lead times or significant investments in infrastructure. Making USD payment services available to USA Fulfillment's international client-base is as natural to us as breathing. We hope for the opportunity to serve some of their US clients, too."
“We are thrilled to work together with USA Fulfillment to provide backend banking solutions, enabling them to attract clients from both the US and around the globe” says Brendan Mahar, VP of Business Development for PacNet Services, “With the help of PacNet, USA Fulfillment can serve as a bridge for companies from the UK, France, Germany and beyond by offering easier access to USD merchant accounts, check processing, ACH processing, e-Checks, refund processing, rebate processing and more”.
Every PacNet client, no matter where they are from, has access to competitively priced payment processing in virtually any currency– including familiar and popular forms of payment in both major and developing markets – as well as secure access to a company dedicated account interface and PacNet’s incomparable eBanking software.
By using PacNet’s friendly integration tools, adding a global range of payment solutions to their company’s menu of products and services was not only easy for USA Fulfillment, but it enhances their relevance in the international marketplace. Not every company needs pick and pack, not every company needs a call centre. However, every company that is selling into the US market does need to accept payments in US Dollars – and PacNet provides the key to offering that indispensable service.
About USA Fulfillment: USA Fulfillment manages product inventory, fulfillment services, and call center support for companies that want their brand treated with care. Customers can expect a loyal workforce, robust data security, and a secure warehouse, all led by a fulfillment leader: one point of contact for everything.
About PacNet Services: Vancouver based PacNet Services is an international payment processing company that offers a diverse range of both traditional and electronic payment services for companies around the world. Some of the payment facilities offered by PacNet include credit card processing in 130 currencies, direct debit, EFT, ACH, check processing and bank transfer collection. PacNet also issues payouts by check and EFT for refunds, rebates, commissions and royalties both in major and developing markets.