Adyen is headquartered in Amsterdam and has offices in San Fransisco, Boston, London, Stockholm, Paris, Berlin, Sao Paolo, and Singapore. The company raised $250 million in December 2014 in a big Series B round of funding and is growing very quickly. Facebook, Airbnb, Spotify, Evernote, and Groupon are all clients of Adyen.
Ready to accept payments today and tomorrow, locally and globally
Adyen is a great solution for any online store owner that wants to sell across borders. Adyen is available in almost 200 countries and offers a wide variety of payment methods. Even if you are just starting your online store, choosing for Adyen’s broad offering of payment methods means that you can both accept virtually all the local payment methods you need today and that your business is scalable and ready for international growth tomorrow.
Since Adyen offers so many payment methods it is not doable to list them all here. Find a link on their website to download their full price list here.
Some of the more common payment methods: direct debits generally cost 0.25 EUR per transaction, bank transfers 0.20 EUR per transaction, Mastercard and VISA are priced according to the Interchange plus model.