DataMesh Group partners with Novatti to provide cutting-edge payment solutions
DataMesh Group, an emerging player in global payment services and merchant solutions, has partnered with Novatti (ASX: NOV) to provide the company’s broad client base with market leading card-present payment solutions.
DataMesh Group’s suite of payment solutions will provide a range of benefits to Novatti acquiring clients including rapid access to new and emerging payment types, the latest in Android-based payment terminals, access to real time transaction data, and product level data insights.
The fully integrated card terminal solution forms part of Novatti’s centralised commerce solution which connects merchants to online and face-to-face payments through one platform. Merchants are able to offer a mix of traditional payment methods including credit cards, direct debit as well as alternative payments such as Alipay, and WeChat Pay.
As a leading acquirer, Novatti bolsters DataMesh Group’s multi-acquiring capabilities which provides scale and processing options to DataMesh’s merchant customers.
Mark Nagy (pictured), CEO of DataMesh said, “We are excited to partner with a trusted payment company by providing their clients with a world class payment application solution, embedded in the latest Android-based terminals, which provides them with a personalised end-customer journey.”
“Our belief is that financial processes shouldn’t get in the way of the merchant doing business and focusing on the customer experience in-store.”
“This partnership will add to our multi-acquirer capabilities, giving merchants more options and peace of mind when it comes to their transactions.”
Kian Jackson, General Manager of Merchant Acquiring at Novatti, said of the partnership, “It’s clear that face-to-face payments is a critical piece of the Novatti payment ecosystem as Australia has one of the highest penetrations of payment terminal devices and usage of contactless payments globally. Our partnership with DataMesh Group puts Novatti in a unique position offering merchants one platform and connecting online and face-to-face payments in one system through unified commerce.”