Global financial technology platform, Adyen has teamed up with provider of internet infrastructure for commerce, Shopify, to strengthen ecommerce capabilities, simplify the customer journey and solve payment complexity for enterprise merchants.

As part of the multi-year partner strategy, Adyen is supporting Shopify’s expansion into the enterprise segment through diversified commerce solutions for large-scale merchants to maximise revenue and scale faster.  

Adyen’s single platform creates integrated payment solutions, allowing merchants to provide the best customer experience without added operational complexity or resource constraints. Adyen’s payment app on the Shopify Payment Partner Platform is expected to be available later this year and enterprise merchants can expect a more flexible approach to their payments experience. 

When enterprise merchants set up the components of their Shopify platform, they will be able to integrate Adyen as a payments provider. Adyen’s payment app is pre-built, removing the burden on the system integrators and allowing businesses to accept and process payments as quickly as possible, by eliminating previous payment hurdles.

The first phase of the integration with Shopify will include a payments app that will support major cards plus wallets, such as Apple Pay and Google Pay, followed by support for local payment methods (LPMs) later this year. 

Adyen chief commercial officer, Roelant Prins said, “Adyen’s partnership with Shopify will position their enterprise merchants to scale quickly for success since our global ecommerce payment solutions are engineered for creating seamless payment journeys. Our software integration is developed entirely in-house and our technology will help Shopify enterprise merchants scale their businesses with the agility and flexibility needed for long term success.”

Adyen’s partnership with Shopify will enable robust payments features for ecommerce enterprise merchants, along with expanded capabilities to be added in the future. Merchants will be able to customise the look and feel of their checkout, scale faster by entering new countries with a global infrastructure, drive operational efficiency and cost-savings by removing the need for maintenance.