As the largest and best developed ecommerce market in the world, the U.S. represents a huge opportunity.
It has a relatively straightforward payments environment, dominated by cards. It’s home to many major international card schemes (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, and Diners) and so full market penetration can be realized through card acquiring alone. Adyen offers local acquiring in the U.S.
Apple Pay, Android Pay and Samsung Pay have been generating a lot of attention, particularly around mobile payments at the point of sale. Adyen offers a full service Apple Pay and Android Pay solution, including reconciliation, reporting and settlement services.
Canada is the global leader in cross-border ecommerce for retail, with cross-border purchases accounting for 75% of all online transactions. Not surprisingly, most of these purchases are made from businesses located in the U.S.
Credit cards still remain the preferred payment method, followed by Interac and PayPal. Whilst Interac is a local direct debit scheme, it also supports online banking, which can also be used for online purchases.
Not only are Canadian shoppers exceptionally open to cross- border ecommerce, particularly with U.S. businesses, no local entity is required, even when using Interac, which makes it an exceptionally easy market to enter. Adyen covers all payment methods and has a direct connection to a local acquirer.
Not only are Canadian shoppers open to cross-border ecommerce, but no local entity is required, even when using Interac. This makes it an exceptionally easy market to enter. Adyen covers all payment methods and has a direct connection to a local acquirer.