Move intended to put an end to mobile transaction woes
Ever tried to make an online payment through a mobile phone? The apprehension of seeing a failed transaction and the frustration of having to go through the tedious process of filling details are feelings that Indian online shoppers are very familiar with. It is to ease this particular pain point for online shoppers that PayUbiz, India’s leading enterprise payment gateway, has launched its revolutionary ‘Magic Retry’ feature. PayUbiz will now allow consumers to retry a failed transaction by simply picking up from the point where the last error message appeared. Now experience smoother, hassle-free mobile transactions like never before with PayUbiz’s unique offering!
Specifically designed for mobile online payment, the ‘Magic Retry’ feature is first of its kind development in the digital and electronic payments ecosystem in the country, marking a paradigm shift in the way mobile transactions are handled and obviating the need to re-enter details in case of transactional failure. Not only does this offer a more refined, seamless and hassle-free user experience to online shoppers, but will also help PayUbiz’s enterprise partners retain business by decreasing cart abandonment rates.
Speaking on the launch, Mr. Rahul Kothari, Head – Business, PayUbiz, commented, “Despite the fact that most of the online shopping now occurs over mobile devices, online transactions through mobile phones are still susceptible to payment failure due to network signal loss or a random error. With the launch of our ‘Magic Retry’ feature, we have done away with the hassles which have been traditionally associated with mobile payments. As there is no other payment service provider that offers this level of transactional ease at present, we are confident that our latest feature will benefit both businesses and consumers immensely by saving a lot of time and effort, and will mobile payments a truly wonderful experience.”
A product of PayU India, PayUbiz is a payment gateway used by large enterprises. Its payment services are currently being leveraged by several prominent online businesses such as Snapdeal, Jabong, Bookmyshow, Ola, Cleartrip, Redbus, GoIbibo, Zomato etc.