New West Technologies
The new partnership will assist retailers who are looking to welcome bitcoin payments around the world, with low fraud risks and no charge-backs. Retailers looking to broaden business with bitcoin will be able to maintain secure transactions.
President of New West Technologies, Dan King, says:
“This tandem offering will be a 360 degree solution from omni-channel e-commerce to brick-and-mortar. Because of this partnership, merchants and customers can benefit from how fast and easy we have made the transaction process.”
New West will offer an integrated platform directed towards merchants. Within the platform, the BitPay Bitcoin Payment Gateway API will allow customers to make transactions with the current rate the digital currency is going for. Transactions will be competed for by merchants, both online and in real time.
King’s company was founded in Portland, Oregon in 1992. The technology provider will support businesses with its extensive experience in small business computer networking and retail software development and installation.
NitroSell’s CEO Jim Morrison stated:
“Bitcoin is the closest thing to a cash transaction a retailer can offer online. It protects the retailer from many of the risks associated with accepting credit cards online or in-store.”
The NitroSell brand provides integrated eCommerce for independent sellers. Their mission is to make things easier for their clients, while doing what they can to increase profits. The NitroSell software enables brick-and-mortar retailers a solution that joins existing in-store retail management systems.
The common theme in businesses that support bitcoin is practicality. Making bitcoin usable everywhere without any difficulties will allow it to fluidly transition into all aspect of a business.
BitPay’s resources and well-known name will assist both NitroSell and New West Technologies in propelling them to the top.
The world leader in business solutions for digital currency once again expands, and will be bringing two more companies along for the ride.
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