La Tribune: E-commerce special program
Limonetik offers an automated management of online payment methods, allowing top retailers and marketplaces to sell all around the world. This includes the processing of bank card payments, but also of a hundred of other international payment methods, directly connected to the platform.
Christophe Bourbier, CEO and co-founder of Limonetik, specifically explains what his activity involves.
“Our solution helps top e-merchants collecting the money flows from multiple payment methods and, in the case of marketplaces, redistributing it to several vendors.”
One of the characteristics of Limonetik is that it can be both a competitor and a collaborator to its peers. Indeed, the French Fintech has among its clients various traditional payment services providers (PSP), making them benefit from the start up’s flexibility and advances services. On the other hand, the e-merchants can keep their current provider while benefiting from new payment methods and related services. Limonetik has also developed a deep expertise in complex structures specific to some industries, such as travel and airlines companies who receive money from all around the world.
As well, Limonetik supports important marketplaces like venteprivée.com, Conforama, Les Îles de Gouadeloupe, or even Gourming (part of Groupe Le Duff), who sell products from other vendors, offer numerous payment methods and use several banks. Whatever the challenge is, the Limonetik team is able to develop and implement innovative solutions, tailor-made to suit the specific needs of each merchant.
“Limonetik is international in its DNA: we are connected to over 90 payment methods worldwide”, explains Christophe Bourbier, “our goal is to foster our client’s growth so they can sell all over the world.”
Limonetik has already started its international expansion by signing contracts in Germany, England, Asia and Latin America. The firm has already raised 10 million Euros and shows a growth of 140% in its transactions volume in 2016.
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