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2015 releases new Magento module

London, 10 December 2012: Leading online payment processor,, has today announced it has developed a new payment module for Magento – the global e-commerce platform provider.

Merchants using Magento with the payment gateway can enjoy all the benefits of’s resilient payment platform, including high levels of customisation, flexibility and security. The latest version, built entirely from scratch, has been successfully tested with a number of merchants and is free to download.

Michael Norton, Managing Director,, commented: “Given the popularity of the Magento e-commerce platform, we are committed to offering online businesses a truly seamless and secure module we are proud to put our name on. By choosing to construct this solution in-house, we have a much greater understanding of the Magento platform and delivered a really strong integration.  

 “ is focussed on providing a professional and highly customisable solution that can be tailored to the needs of enterprise businesses. Our trusted payment platform helps differentiate companies in an increasingly global market. This brand new module means we can offer the same to Magento merchants so they can provide their customers with the secure and seamless payment processing experience that has become known for.”

The payment module is available to download online via the Community and compatible with all versions of Magento (1.4 to 1.11) on all accounts on the payment platform.


Karla Winch / Katie Buckett
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About is a tier one online payment processor that helps businesses take advantage of the opportunities, and manage the risks, of trading online. Drawing on its 14-year heritage in online payments, it provides a highly secure payment platform and FraudGuard, the most comprehensive and easy to use payments risk management toolbox on the market. Its customers span high-profile brands such as WHSmith, Links of London, and, for which it can arrange all the facilities needed to trade online.

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