Introducing two new payment methods: EPS and Giropay

Introducing two new payment methods: EPS and Giropay

Today we are announcing the addition of two new payment methods to the Mollie product portfolio: EPS and Giropay. These payment methods will empower our merchants to grow in the German and Austrian market by enabling their customers to pay in a payment method they are familiar with.

EPS and Giropay are available through our clever yet simple API, built for both easy integration and handling high transaction volumes.

Grow your business in Austria

The Electronic Payment Standard (EPS) is a payment method developed by various Austrian banks. This makes EPS the main bank transfer payment method in Austria and highly popular with Austrian shoppers. With Mollie you can integrate EPS quickly and start processing payments right away. You only pay for successful transactions and there are no hidden fees involved.

Offer Giropay payments to your German clients

Giropay is a popular bank transfer payment method in Germany. It uses more than 1,500 German banks, which makes it a payment method your German customers can trust. Implementing Giropay through Mollie is easy, there’s no lengthy signup process and we have free, open-source packages and plugins available for most coding languages and e-commerce platforms to let your customers pay in the payment method of their preference.

Localize the payment experience to advance your international growth

During the last couple of months Mollie has been focusing on making the payment experience familiar and convenient for all of our merchants and their customers abroad. To fit our merchant’s needs we've introduced a Multicurrency feature that enables a flawless experience for customers with international cards. Advancing your business opportunities across borders became even easier with Mollie localized checkout, which allows your customers to shop in their native language. Ready to advance your business on the German and Austrian market? Check our support articles and see if your plugin supports EPS and Giropay.