Worldline India is a one-stop shop for all payment needs offering – In-store payments, Online payments, Omnichannel Payments, and Issuance and Acquiring solutions. With over 20 years of payment experience, Worldline India is one of the most preferred partners of choice for all leading banks, retail brands, e-commerce companies, NBFCs, Insurance, start-ups, and SMBs in India. Worldline India covers the whole payment value chain and end-to-end processes that facilitate services to over 1.5 million merchants across 5000 towns and cities.
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A personalised suite of payment solutions that solves unique challenges across banking, financial services, and insurance sectors.
HDFC Life saw reduced transaction failures and frictionless customer payment experience with tailored solution from Worldline India!
Payment Orchestration Platform (POP) by Worldline helped HDFC Life to reduce link failures and transaction drops with best-in-class analytics to understand user behaviour. And give its customers a seamless payment experience across multiple platforms, irrespective of the choice of payment providers/banks.
Leading Global Automaker Increases Online Payment Collection By 25% From After-Sales Service With Worldline India!
WL Payment Link solution - LinkPay help the global automaker to solve the problem of the ‘customer not present’ scenario and reduce cash handling for after-sales services to make collections smooth and contactless. It saw an upsurge in payment collection online by 25% from after-sales service.
Sarda Farms Grows Customer Base And Improves Payment Collection By 30% With Worldline India!
With tailored solutions from Worldline, Sarda Farms was able to retain its existing customer base by providing a seamless payment experience. Automating its services like reports, reconciliation, and invoicing helped with improved payment collection.
The digital payments space has seen a massive boom over the past few years, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 30 percent. By the year 2026, digital payments in India are set to reach $10 trillion in value from the current value of $3 trillion.