Shift4 Payments Acquires 3dcart Ecommerce Platform
Shift4 Payments, a leading provider of payment processing and technology solutions, has announced the acquisition of 3dcart, a powerful e-commerce platform serving over 14,000 businesses, to deliver a unified commerce solution to the company’s customers.
3dcart is a feature-rich, multinational e-commerce platform serving businesses of all sizes in a wide range of industries. The company provides everything a business needs to build a secure e-commerce website and start selling products or services online. This turnkey e-commerce experience includes an intuitive website builder, product and order management, customer marketing tools, and more. Customers can choose from dozens of professionally designed, industry-specific templates, all of which are mobile-friendly, SEO optimized and highly customizable. The platform encompasses hundreds of best-in-class features including social media marketing, SEO, and an expansive marketplace ecosystem of third-party developers, experts, and affiliates.
Shift4 CEO Jared Isaacman states, “We are incredibly excited to welcome the 3dcart team to the Shift4 family. By combining this truly impressive, turnkey eCommerce solution with the Shift4 Payments platform, we can deliver a best-in-class omnichannel experience. It’s important to understand that our commitment to creating a unified commerce ecosystem goes beyond geographic borders and industry verticals. We have an ambitious vision to connect the world’s commerce, and this acquisition is a critical milestone on that journey.”
Gonzalo Gil, CEO of 3dcart, adds, “We are thrilled to be joining Shift4 and to enhance their end-to-end payments solution with our robust e-commerce platform. We have created a world-class e-commerce solution and helped tens of thousands of businesses grow their online presence globally. As part of Shift4, I am confident we will accelerate our growth even further and position 3dcart as the e-commerce market leader.”
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