What a great increase! I'm so proud of the whole PayLane team!
(PRWEB) January 27, 2015
PayLane's birthday! Company is ten years old. It's been ten years helping merchants accept global payments for their products and services. And the merchants come from all over the world sharing the interest in ecommerce.
Well, PayLane is still underage, but every year closer.
It's been busy all these years. Really bustling! For the last couple of years PayLane has been constantly growing with respect to almost everything that can be measured.
Taking a look at the statistics from the last year... well, PayLane really has things to be proud of!
PayLane accepted clients' payments from 210 countries. Wow, that's literally the whole world. Including immense countries, giant countries, big countries, small countries and tiny countries.
Merchants have signed up for more test accounts than ever in PayLane's history (in the last months of 2014, it was over half a thousand per month). That's a 142% increase compared to the previous year.
PayLane has set up more production accounts - actually processing accounts - than ever in company's history. That's a 52% increase compared to last year. That's thousands more processed.
PayLane has processed more sale transactions than ever. That's a 52% increase compared to last year. Again, that's thousands more processed.
PayLane has processed higher volumes than ever. That's a 73% increase compared to last year. Millions of euros!
Last year PayLane has accepted merchants from 11 countries (guess what - largest number in history). Currently, company has merchants from 20 countries of the world.
Otherwise than that - Financial Supervision Authority, National Bank of Poland, PCI, new payment methods, new features, new REST JS API, new partners, new currencies, growing stats of PayLane's services and blog, high conversion rate, decreasing first response time (at the end of 2014 it was 2,9 h), even better testimonials from the merchants...
The whole company says: thank you! Honestly a huge thank you for all the trust.