London's Judopay reaches deal with Visa for in-app payments

London-based Judopay, an m-commerce payments platform, is partnering with Visa to use the CyberSource payment management product to offer consumers a better digital payment experience and greater choice in how they pay in mobile: via payment cards, card-on-file, wallets and at the point-of-sale.

"We're seeing that, for brands around the globe, great apps are at the center of growth," Ryan Farley, CEO at Judopay, said in a press release. "The CyberSource partnership means we can support new and existing customers in their rapid expansion worldwide, whether in London, Rio, New York, Paris or Dubai."

Judopay said it provides merchants with a fast, simple way to accept in-app payments by offering development teams the flexibility to integrate in-app mobile payments technology with as little as three lines of code, while retaining their existing acquiring bank relationship.

Topics: Card Brands, In-App Payments

Companies: Visa

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