Adobe partners with Bolt to add one-click payment

Retailers using Adobe eCommerce software tools will soon be able to add one-click payment. Adobe has announced that it will add the feature through a partnership with Bolt, Reuters reported.

If Bolt has already seen the retailer’s customer among its own network of 10 million buyers, it will complete its payment information and charge the merchant a fee, according to the report.

“We see a 60% higher conversion rate when we are able to pre-populate all of this information,” Bolt chief commercial officer Bob Buch told Reuters.

This joins several other partnerships announced by Adobe in recent months, according to the report.

Last week, Adobe also announced the launch of an integrated solution that combines electronic signature workflows, powered by Adobe Sign, with instant payments in the US and globally via Mastercard Send.

Read more: Adobe and Mastercard team to accelerate digital payments

The collaboration offers an end-to-end digital document workflow with secure online forms, identity verification, automated document routing for approvals, electronic signatures and instant payments.

In October, e-commerce rental company Katapult became an Accelerate Partner under the Adobe Exchange Program.

See more : Katapult Ecommerce Leasing Company Joins Adobe Exchange Program

Katapult’s lease-to-own option is available as an extension in the payment category of Adobe’s Magento marketplace and integrates with digital platforms. Funding is fast, providing consumers with an easy payment experience.

As an Accelerate Partner, Katapult merchants using Adobe Commerce or Magento Open Source will receive priority support and access to real-time data and partner offers.

In September, Adobe announced it was adding payment services to Adobe Commerce, a move that allows merchants to avoid having to integrate with third-party payment services.

Read more: Adobe Commerce to Deploy PayPal-Based Payment Services

Powered by the PayPal commerce platform, the services will be available to Adobe merchants in the United States in the fourth quarter of this year and in Canada, Australia and Western Europe in 2022.



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