Sunday, June 16, 2024

Cotswold Company Chooses As Its Payments Partner, the leading connected payments provider has been chosen by British premium, digitally-native Home and Living brand, The Cotswold Company, as its new online payment service provider.

The Cotswold Co., an online leader in premium furniture, upholstery, and home decor, is the go-to online destination for forever furniture. As consumers spent more time than ever at home in 2020, their appetite for home interior improvements rocketed. The Cotswold Co. has been at the forefront of this trend as a destination of choice for many shoppers, seeing a 50% year-on-year jump in online sales and mobile payments. The company chose to help it seize this opportunity, going live ahead of a busy festive period.

The integration to gives Cotswold Co.’s customers a wider range of payment methods. For the first time, Cotswold Co.’s customers can pay with Google Pay and Apple Pay new payment methods unlocked by – offering customers greater flexibility and convenience, while unlocking additional revenue opportunities for the business. Demand for these capabilities has increased as mobile commerce continues to grow. According to Statista, the number of users opting for mobile wallets in the UK will reach 18.9m in 2025, up from 11.9m users in 2020.

As more consumers opt for online shopping, Cotswold Co. will also future-proof its e-commerce strategy by taking advantage of’s industry-leading connected payments platform, offering payment gateway, processing, and acquiring services via a single integration. This unified proposition offers Cotswold Co. access to granular reporting, enabling continued optimisation of the checkout process, to offer a frictionless experience for their customers.

Paul Marshall, Finance Director at Cotswold Company said: “A customer’s journey with our furniture starts online. That’s why our customers deserve a seamless shopping experience. We selected as the specialist in digital payments, to not only offer our customers a greater choice of payment options but to future-proof, as customers shift to purchasing on-line, our eCommerce business with its best-in-market platform.”

Commenting on the partnership Moshe Winegarten, Senior Vice President at, said: “We’re proud that The Cotswold Company have selected as their payment service provider. Our market-leading Connected Payments platform offers merchants the tools they need to unlock more value from every transaction and create a frictionless shopping experience for customers.  We look forward to supporting Cotswold Co. with their continued growth.” is the payment provider of choice for major fintech businesses globally, counting the likes of THG (The Hut Group), Farfetch, Klarna as customers. Since the start of the pandemic, it has seen a 250% increase in digital transactions on its platform as businesses switch to online payments. The company recently announced Series C funding, which tripled its valuation to $15bn, making it EMEA’s most valuable venture-backed business and one of the largest fintechs globally.

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