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Bluefin Adds Seamless Checkout Options for Merchants with Mastercard Click to Pay

Bluefin Adds Seamless Checkout Options for Merchants with Mastercard Click to Pay

Bluefin, the leader in encryption and tokenization technologies that help businesses protect sensitive information every time they get paid, announced the integration of Mastercard Click to Pay to provide additional seamless checkout options for merchants and their customers.

“We are excited to provide Mastercard Click to Pay to the partners and merchants we work with, as it integrates easily with the existing merchant experience and delivers greater e-commerce flexibility and simplicity.”

Bluefin’s merchants will have the option to utilize this optimized checkout experience within an iFrame or hosted payment form. This allows merchants to provide a seamless shopping experience to the consumer and makes guest checkout easier by eliminating the need to manually enter card details every time. Additionally, merchants can safely store consumer payment information using an encrypted, virtual card number.

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MyChart powered by Epic is Bluefin’s first integrated partner to leverage this functionality to address payment collection use cases in the healthcare space.

“Encryption and tokenization for card-not-present transactions support a secure consumer checkout experience in today’s digital world,” said Tim Barnett, Chief Information Officer at Bluefin. “We are excited to provide Mastercard Click to Pay to the partners and merchants we work with, as it integrates easily with the existing merchant experience and delivers greater e-commerce flexibility and simplicity.”

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The checkout solution securely stores card details via tokenization, delivering a more secure and convenient payment method for merchants and their customers. Because it is embedded directly within checkout, all cards can be managed in a single secure profile and automatically updated. Consumers can check out quickly and conveniently using intelligent recognition, where a returning user will be recognized via email or cookie. This also reduces cart abandonment by giving consumers access to their cards and associated information without the need to remember or enter a password.

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