Tryzens, the international digital commerce consultancy, has developed a bespoke new cartridge for Zip, the Australian buy now, pay later payments solution.

The cross-functional cartridge, compatible with Salesforce Commerce Cloud, will make it faster and easier for Australian retailers to integrate Zip into their sites, taking advantage of the booming buy now, pay later market.

Following a brief from Zip, Tryzens has developed a bespoke cartridge with a range of preconfigured options, designed to power a rapid application build within the Salesforce Commerce Cloud environment.

The cartridge will speed up the integration between Zip’s systems and Salesforce, reducing implementation costs, as well as delivering a safe and easy way for consumers to buy online.

“Tryzens’ cartridge gives retailers easy access to another innovative payment solution. With Zip, retailers can offer more payment options and reach new customers, supporting them to grow,” said Fran Ereira, General Manager Sales & Solution Delivery at Zip.

“Tryzens has a proven record of successful Commerce Cloud cartridge builds and a strong background working with Australian retailers, giving us 100 per cent confidence in the partnership. We’re looking forward to working closely with Tryzens to enable retailers to develop closer relationships with their customers and grow their businesses.”

Andy Burton, CEO of Tryzens, said, “New and innovative payment platforms like Zip are revolutionising the way that brands and consumers interact and, as such, have fast become a must-have for modern retailers. Tryzens developed this cartridge specifically to ensure the rapid development of Zip’s solution when using Salesforce, and ensure retailers can provide a wider range of payment options and realise a greater lifetime value for each customer.”

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