Posts Tagged ‘ CCAvenue ’
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
E-commerce firm Infibeam Incorporation Ltd has decided to invest Rs 60 crore (around $8.9 million) in Avenues India Pvt Ltd that operates payment gateway CCAvenue. Infibeam’s wholly owned subsidiary NSI Infinium Global Pvt. Ltd has signed a definitive agreement with Avenues India for the investmen...
E-commerce firm Infibeam Incorporation Ltd said on Monday it will invest up to Rs 45 crore ($6.7 million) in the company that operates the payment gateway CCAvenue. Infibeam’s wholly owned subsidiary NSI Infinium Global Pvt. Ltd has signed a term sheet with Avenues (India) Pvt Ltd for the investme...
30 May, 2016 |
Mumbai-based cloud-based customer analytics solution provider Customer360 Inc has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Vishwas Patel, founder & CEO of payment solutions venture CCAvenue, as per a press release. Founded by Mitul Thakkar, Onkar Bhosle and Mayuresh Shilotri in 2013, Custome...
6 May, 2015 |
Mumbai-based Avenues India Pvt Ltd, which runs a payment gateway called CCAvenue, has added support for multiple currencies. The payment gateway can now accept and process payments in 27 currencies. The company has also bundled new features like smart dynamic routing—for better success rate; iFram...
27 January, 2014 |
Mumbai-based Avenues India Pvt Ltd, which runs payment gateway CCAvenue, has formed a joint venture (JV) with Ahmedabad-based NSI Infinium Global Pvt Ltd that runs BuildaBazaar.com, to launch online marketplace for Indian merchants Dhamaal.com. According to its website, Dhamaal.com is a place where ...
1 August, 2013 |
Online payment company PayU India has launched PayUPaisa, a web-based product that will enable small and medium sellers to put their stores online in minutes and transact through the PayU gateway. PayUPaisa was in private beta for the past few months and has come out of beta only today. However, t...
18 April, 2013 |
Online payment gateway CCAvenue has revived its economy plan and removed the set-up cost in a bid to cater to small ventures. Earlier, the plan included a set-up fee of Rs 7,500, but now it has been waived. It was the most popular plan of the company, according to Mohan Nair, chief marketing offic...
13 February, 2013 |