Saudi’s PayTabs to leverage Swiss firm Netcetera’s 3DS payment solutions

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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Saudi Arabia’s award-winning payment solutions powerhouse, PayTabs has reached a strategic alliance with Swiss software expert Netcetera offering a world-class 3DS server and solutions, comprehensive and tailored, to meet PayTabs’ payment processing requirements.

The 3DS server is an important piece in the puzzle for PayTabs, offering social commerce, digital and next-generation payment solutions across the MEASA region.

PayTabs has been a formidable player in the payment ecosystem for almost a decade, offering freelancers, SMEs, banks and super merchants enhanced payment processing services and technology to process and orchestrate integrated payments.

PayTabs operates in multiple markets in the MEASA region with plans to expand into more emerging and frontier markets. Being a PCI-certified payment services provider, security is a key priority for PayTabs.

Taff Morris
Taff Morris
Divisional Head – SaaS

“This is a great step forward for our business. eCommerce is booming in the MEASA region and having a secure acquiring solution is a key part of guaranteeing customers seamless, yet secure payments. The collaboration has been smooth, and we look forward to continuing it.”

Netcetera’s 3DS solutions make it possible for PayTabs to offer authentication and verify users’ identities. This not only ensures easy online payment whether using a computer, tablet, or mobile, but it also prevents card fraud. Netcetera’s diligence, EMVCo certification and many years of experience implementing 3DS solutions for global customers all have contributed to PayTabs’ decision.

Mr. Jad Bejjani, Senior Business Development Executive at Netcetera added that “Carrying out this project successfully has meant bringing a new dimension of security to online payments in a B2B context.”

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