AcceptEmail broadens international horizon with Deutsche Card Services

In the Dutch Golden Age colonies and trading posts were established all over the world. The Dutch Empire grew to become one of the major seafaring and economic powers of the 17th century. With the signing of a cooperation agreement with Deutsche Card Services AcceptEmail, a provider for electronic bill presentment and payment, proves that the Dutch still have the urge and the power to spread their influence. Let’s hope AcceptEmail doesn’t go into a state of general decline like the republic did in the later 18th century…

Transparency and customer loyalty

The cooperation between AcceptEmail and Deutsche Card Services will enable German merchants and customers to complete e-commerce payment transactions without having to change the transaction channel. The method has numerous advantages for both merchants and customers, like avoiding typing mistakes and the non-entry of important reference data. And they can both check the current status of the invoice at any time. It’s safe to say that this increases transparency and customer loyalty. And of course we’re all in favour of that.

Holland on the German market

Both parties are looking forward to the cooperation:

  • Jens Mahlke, member of the Management Board of Deutsche Card Services:

“We are happy to have won AcceptEmail as our partner in our endeavour to open up new opportunities on the German market. This innovative billing method is very popular in the Netherlands and will certainly meet with considerable approval in Germany, too.”

“We are proud and excited that we were able to win Deutsche Card Services, the know-how leader in European non-cash payments, as preferred partner for the German market. This will help us to further build a strong brand and to become the global standard in electronic bill presentment and payment via e-mail and mobile.”

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