Continuously improves customer journey
Spreadshirt, the leading global ecommerce platform for buying, selling, and creating ideas has integrated Amazon third party check out as a payment option for global consumers. Almost every global online shopper has visited, purchased, and checked out of Amazon and feels very comfortable with the experience. In an effort to set the pace with global payment options, Spreadshirt integrated log in and payment with Amazon in the US, Germany, Spain, France, and Italy to make online shopping more convenient and to future proof best shopping experiences.
“This is about love. We know that Amazon customers love Amazon, we also know that Amazon customers love the products we sell on Amazon. But we are limited on how many products we can list on Amazon Marketplace and Spreadshirt does things that Amazon can’t do for their customers. In each of our countries Spreadshirt offers customers millions of ideas on products from our community or they can create their own,” says Philip Rooke, CEO of Spreadshirt. “Now we marry the Amazon customer´s love of our offering with the checkout tools from a retailer they love; making it easy for Amazon customers to love us. Love is important that is why our number one selling design is the I Heart.” Amazon payment notables:
- Customers use data and payment information from their Amazon account
- Convenient, fast, easy and secure way to pay online or from mobile devices
- The Amazon A-to-Z Guarantee covers purchases with fraud detection technology at no additional cost
“The busy holiday season has been a true test of the new payment method,” notes Ruzanna Harutyunay, Product Owner at Spreadshirt. “Shoppers have eagerly embraced and accepted the Amazon payment option since they feel secure with this option.”
After the first week of rollout, nearly 11 percent of US shoppers have selected the Amazon payment at check out. Spreadshirt also offers payment by debit card, credit card, PayPal, and advance payment. They are well poised to set the pace for a great customer experience, leverage partnerships with companies like Amazon, and connect global consumers and sellers in any market and quickly deliver products everywhere.