The pandemic has accelerated the growth of e-commerce in Japan as the consumers are choosing to shop online more and more. Adyen’s acquiring capabilities have helped many merchants like Microsoft, Foodpanda, VanMoof, Breitling, and G-Star to get the most out of each transaction with local payment processing. Now, Adyen is expanding its acquiring capabilities to include Japan.
This announcement extends its acquiring capabilities in Asia Pacific, following its launch in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Singapore. This availability in Japan will help support the demand from the international and domestic merchants looking to serve shoppers in Japan.
"Asia-Pacific is a key growth driver for many of our international merchants, and therefore for Adyen. We're excited to bring our full-stack solution to merchants in Japan, as more companies transition to digital payments. Merchants can discover new avenues for growth and offer richer customer experiences with our payment optimization tools and data insights," said Warren Hayashi, President of Asia-Pacific, Adyen.
Adyen can completely manage the entire payment flow, including gateway, risk management, and acquiring for its merchants. This allows brands to accelerate the global expansion and optimize payment processes. Adyen currently offers local acquiring for international cards in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Europe, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Puerto Rico, New Zealand, and the United States.
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