The apparel chain filed for bankruptcy in January and closed its e-commerce site and stores.
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WorldPay (http://www.worldpay.com/) is a global leader in payment processing, risk and alternative payments, providing a full range of payment services to businesses of any size. WorldPay's corporate gateway allows merchants to accept over 200 payments in 115 currencies globally. WorldPay and NetSuite have had a long partnership which is dated back 8 years. The partnership has strengthened and resulted in a new integration. Integrated seamlessly with NetSuite, WorldPay's corporate gateway provides commerce businesses in the UK with a flexible and cost-effective solution to their online payment needs and the confidence of working with a recognized leader in the UK. With this multi-currency payment option, NetSuite customers in the UK can expand their commerce businesses, no matter if it's B2B or B2C, into the rest of Europe capitalizing on much broader multichannel sales opportunities despite the current economic conditions. Philip McGriskin, Chief Product Officer, WorldPay comments: "The partnership between WorldPay and NetSuite provides NetSuite customers with access to WorldPay's Corporate Gateway. Merchants benefit from a streamlined payment process that supports expansion into new markets." Integrated seamlessly with the eCommerce platform and order processing workflow components of NetSuite's business management suite, WorldPay's payment gateway technology and merchant services provide commercial organisations, utilities, local government and e-merchants with a flexible, cost-effective eCommerce solution for their online payment needs and the confidence of working with a recognized leader in the UK.
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