The news: Financial tech company FIS introduced Worldpay for Platforms, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution that gives software providers embedded payment capabilities and access to advisory services, per a press release.
Neon One, a software provider for nonprofit organizations, and ResMan, which offers software solutions for the real estate industry, are among the first companies to use Worldpay for Platforms.
Here’s how it works: Software providers using Worldpay for Platforms can help small businesses accept various payment methods and currencies across online and in-person channels. They can also manage subscriptions and invoices. The solution is powered in part by payment facilitator Payrix, which FIS acquired earlier this year.
Why it’s worth watching: The global SaaS market is currently valued at $3 trillion, per McKinsey estimates, and that number is expected to surge to $10 trillion by 2030.
Here are two key reasons FIS and other payment titans—including Worldline—have leaned into SaaS:
Why this could succeed: Worldpay for Platforms has attractive benefits for software providers and small businesses.
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