Fintech Bolt and Checkout.com join forces in e-commerce collaboration.

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  • Bolt and Checkout.com have partnered to enhance e-commerce with a one-click checkout solution.
  • Checkout.com will become Bolt’s preferred payment partner, leveraging Bolt’s shopper network and merchant base.

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Bolt, a checkout technology company, and Checkout.com, a global payment solutions provider, have announced a partnership to advance e-commerce. Through this collaboration, Bolt will become Checkout.com’s exclusive one-click checkout provider, enhancing conversion performance for enterprise retailers. Checkout.com will leverage Bolt’s shopper network and growing merchant base, while Bolt will integrate Checkout.com to expand payment options for merchants.

By deepening its payment offerings with Checkout.com, Bolt aims to solidify its position as a merchant-first and payment-agnostic technology provider. This partnership reflects Bolt’s commitment to customer experience and higher conversion rates by leveraging Bolt’s fast-growing shopper network.

Checkout.com’s Head of Commercial for North America, Jim Cho, emphasized the importance of accelerated checkout in their holistic payments offering. Together with Bolt, they aim to deliver friction-free checkout experiences to drive customer satisfaction and seamless transactions for merchants. Bolt guarantees retailers customer conversion with seamless and secure one-click checkout, attracting brands like Saks OFF 5TH, Revolve, Benefit Cosmetics, and Casper.

Checkout.com offers a high-performance, cloud-based payments platform focusing on flexibility, scalability, and efficiency. Their technology enables seamless processing of payments, payouts, and card program management. The company, headquartered in London, has offices across six continents.

This partnership between Bolt and Checkout.com is a significant step towards enhancing e-commerce through streamlined checkout processes and expanded payment options for merchants, ultimately improving customer satisfaction and conversion rates.

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