Klarna and Mollie partner to increase payments choice in Europe

By Dan Wilson October 9, 2018 - 9:17 pm

The payment system Klarna is now available across the board to every single member of the Mollie user base. That’s 55k SME and enterprise merchants in the Netherlands, Germany, Austria and Finland. The deal increases the payment system’s reach further into the growing Nordic region.

They say of the partnership that Mollie is the link between Klarna and the merchants, ensuring a straightforward process for new merchants as they will only have to work within the Mollie environment when onboarding and by default integrating the payment suite into the webshop. The plugins Mollie has developed for numerous major ecommerce platforms will also allow for easy integration of the solution into existing merchants’ webshops an help them sell more successfully.

We are continually impressed by Mollie, the innovative platform they have built and their efficient and clever solutions for ecommerce that are constantly developing. Exactly like Klarna they are everyday working to make payments better and this partnership is based on a common objective of helping merchants unlock growth, boost conversion rates and drive customer satisfaction and loyalty through a smoother shopping experience. Klarna has been growing strongly in the key markets of the Netherlands, Germany, Austria and Finland and together with Mollie, our payment methods will be available to even more merchants and customers.
– Michael Rouse, Chief Commercial Officer, Klarna

As we are always trying to find new ways to help merchants grow their business, adding Klarna to our payment method portfolio seemed like a perfect next step. From the first meeting, both us and Klarna have been very excited about the mutual collaboration. This partnership with Klarna is extremely valuable, as it allows merchants the easiest way to offer their customers the best online shopping experience.
– Adriaan Mol, Founder, Mollie

Klarna’s payment options give customers the possibility to pay later or through instalments, based on local market availability. Pay Later lets customers pay for items up to 14 days after delivery by invoice, thus letting them try before they buy. Pay Later has proven successful in the Nordics, the Netherlands and the UK, and invoice is also one of Germany’s most popular online payment methods. Slice It enables customers to spread the cost of their purchases over the course of 3 to 36 months at a low interest rate, giving them flexibility and increased purchasing power.

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