BR-DGE a Scotland-based payment orchestration services provider is engaged in building a global payments ecosystem, allowing payment partners and merchants to connect via one single API to deliver a flexible, resilient, and next-level payment experience.

It has collaborated with Trust Payments to offer its merchants access to the wide range of Converged Commerce™ offerings of Trust Payments. With this partnership, the customers of BR-DGE to have risk management tools, fraud detection features, and Anti Money Laundering technology, all in one payment platform.

Brian Coburn, CEO, BR-DGE, stated, “We are pleased to be joining forces with Trust Payments to offer their technology to our growing list of merchants. Through this partnership, BR-DGE will offer a larger range of payment tools to merchants, empowering them and their customers with reliable, seamless payment tools. This is our latest major partnership as we look to scale our offering with both payments providers and merchants.”

With a one-stop payment platform, the vendors of BR-DGE will be able to use fraud features, alternate payment methods, and a huge base of payment providers. Also, Trust Payments will render its smart tools in payments, platform, and data management to deliver a secure and flexible solution to better offerings.

Trust Payments based in London, offers impeccable and omnichannel commerce experiences throughout every channel to allow customers to pay on the device they wish to and promote Converged Commerce.

Daniel Holden, CEO, Trust Payments, commented, “Our partnership with BR-DGE will open up enormous possibilities for merchants. Our technology will drive better choice and flexibility to tailor and layer e-commerce offerings to remain competitive and grow fulfilling our vision for Converged Commerce™. We are delighted to work together with BR-DGE to help them expand their offering and we look forward to what the future holds as we create payment experiences that customers want.”

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