Leading global payout provider for independent workers, Hyperwallet, has recently announced that they will be integrating with content processing platform that helps online businesses to scale their content needs, Wordapp.com, in order to facilitate mass payment distribution.
Wordapp.com will harness Hyperwallet’s development tools and widget integration to embed payout functionality directly into its platform, delivering a streamlined experience for its global community of freelance writers.
“Wordapp.com relies on a global network of freelance writers and editors together with AI to streamline the creation of localized and SEO-optimized content such as product descriptions, and so we needed a truly global payout solution,” explained Cem A. Arel, CEO at Wordapp.com. “When we found Hyperwallet, we knew immediately that it was a great fit for our business needs.”
While Wordapp.com was preparing to launch in 2015, the company had planned to distribute freelancer payouts within the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) through a local bank, with all other payments to be handled by another payment provider. When Wordapp.com discovered Hyperwallet’s global payout capabilities, though, the company opted to make Hyperwallet its preferred payout partner. “Control of the payout experience was very important to us,” said Cem. Hyperwallet provided the level of flexibility we needed to build a fast and efficient payment process right into our platform via Hyperwallet’s various API calls.”
Through this new integration, Wordapp.com has enabled payment distribution in EUR, GBP, and USD through Hyperwallet’s financial network in more than 100 countries.
“We’re thrilled to be helping Wordapp.com expand its worldwide footprint,” said Brent Warrington, CEO of Hyperwallet. “Decentralized work platforms like Wordapp.com are revolutionizing the global economy, and we look forward to helping both the platform and its userbase get more out of the payment process.”
Edited by K. Fanning
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