Adyen passes USD 10 bln milestone in payment transactions processed in 2012

Netherlands-based global payment services company Adyen has processed more than USD 10 billion in payments transactions worldwide, up by 35 percent over 2011.
According to the company, mobile payments on Adyen’s platform have jumped 300 percent in 2012, accounting for 10.5 percent of total transactions, up for 3.5 percent at the end of 2011.teh growth has been driven by a 55 percent increase in new customers worldwide. New customers that signed on with Adyen in 2012 include Crocs, Benetton, Soundcloud, Superdry and many others. In North America, Adyen has experienced a more than 70 percent increase in new customers in 2012, signing deals with JustFab, Motley Fool, Kachingle, Nakedwines, Elance and Entrust.
Other 2012 company milestones, new offerings and growth indicators include:
• new offices in San Francisco, London, Paris and Stockholm;
• 27 new preferred local payment methods including Nordea, SEB and BankAxess (Northern Europe); Trustpay (Eastern Europe); Click and Buy and Ukash (Europe); Qiwi, Yandex and WebMoney (Russia); Cashu (Middle East); China Union Pay (China); Samsung Card (South Korea); and Konbini (Japan); bringing the total number of supported payment methods to 217;
• several new payment acquiring partners, including Bank of America (USA), Wirecard (Europe), Santander (Brazil), and Credit Europe Bank (Russia) to increase its credit and debit card processing capabilities, bringing the total number of acquiring partners to 87;
• the launch of Adyen Payment Acquiring, which enables merchants to connect directly to the MasterCard, Visa and other payment networks through Adyen;
• The launch of ‘Shuttle,’ a EMV-compliant mobile POS device that enables anyone to accept both Chip & PIN and mag swipe cards in combination with a smartphone or tablet. Shuttle is currently available in Europe, with additional roll-out to other regions planned in 2013.
Adyen supports all relevant sales channels, including online, mobile and POS, and can process up to 200 different payment methods, 187 transaction currencies and 14 settlement currencies used across six continents. Adyen works with many global customers including SoundCloud, Getty Images, Benetton, KLM, PopCap Games, Greenpeace and Vodafone.


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