GoDaddy partners with UAE’s MyFatoorah for new payment solutions

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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GoDaddy, the world’s largest services platform for entrepreneurs, has partnered with MyFatoorah, a local UAE payments provider that specializes in secure, swift payment solutions across the GCC Region, to offer new payment solutions for GoDaddy’s eCommerce solution.

The new addition to the GoDaddy E-store offering in the region allows customers to link their eCommerce websites and platforms and conduct online sale and accept, track, process and refund payments easily.

With the GoDaddy E-store, business owners can easily create an online store that accepts over 40 payment methods, including MyFatoorah. The integration with MyFatoorah is one of GoDaddy’s series of recent partnerships. Earlier this year, GoDaddy partnered with the Arab Fashion Council, Startups Without Borders and Wamda, among others.

Abdullah Al Dabbous
Abdullah Al Dabbous
CEO – MyFatoorah

MyFatoorah has been playing a key role in driving digital payment adoption in the region by providing convenient and easy-to-use payment link and payment gateway solutions to traders of all sizes, especially start-ups and SMEs. Our partnership with GoDaddy will be a unique opportunity and driver to support the growth of all businesses in the UAE, KSA and across the GCC.

GoDaddy offers small business owners and entrepreneurs in the MENA region the tools they need to create their own digital identities and help to grow their businesses, including domain names, website building tools, hosting, Managed WordPress, website security, online marketing, email and Microsoft Office.

Ms. Selina Bieber, General Manager, MENA, GoDaddy said that, “We are excited to partner with MyFatoorah and integrate GoDaddy’s E-store, to offer entrepreneurs and small businesses, smart, smooth and seamless payment options and tools. GoDaddy hopes this partnership will help simplify business transactions and help small business owners with e-commerce payment solutions.

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