Adobe has added a new feature to its eCommerce software tool. It has opted for a one-click checkout in partnership with Bolt, according to the reports of Reuters. Bob Ruch, Chief Business Officer of Bolt, added, “We see a 60% higher conversion rate when we’re able to pre-populate all of that information.”
This partnership will provide its clients with secure online forms, eSignatures, identity verification, instant payments, and automated document routing for approvals. This one-click checkout with Bolt marks another of many of Adobe’s collaborations.
A few days after this, Adobe introduced its launch of the procedure. This merged solution combines Adobe Sign’s eSignature workflows and instant payment in Pan America as well as worldwide with the help of MasterCard Send.
In October, Katapult, an eCommerce leasing company, integrated as an accelerate partner in the Adobe Exchange programme. Magento Marketplace of Adobe has Katapult’s lease purchasing option as an extended payment option. These, in turn, blends with the various digital platforms. Katapult’s merging with Adobe quickens the process of funding. It also provides for a hassle-free checkout experience.
As Katapult has now become an Accelerate partner, its merchants opting for Adobe Commerce or Magento Open Source will receive benefits. Their clients will enjoy prioritized support, partner offerings and will be able to access real-time data.
Adobe went on to announce its new addition to Adobe Commerce payment services in September. This add-on will help merchants to independently proceed through the payment process. Hence, it will also help avoid any third-party payment gateways.
These benefits of Adobe are powered by the PayPal Commerce Platform. Adobe Merchants in the United States will be able to avail of these services in the fourth quarter of this year. And as for the merchants of other countries such as Canada, West Europe, and Australia, they will be availing it from the upcoming year, 2022.