September 12, 2023 — Woo merchants can now easily integrate Sezzle’s buy now, pay later solution into their checkout process, offering flexible and convenient options for customers to pay over time.
With Sezzle, Woo merchants will be able to offer a full suite of “buy now, pay later” options for every customer at every price point. Sezzle reaches over 13M customers via 40K merchants. Their solutions also enable customers to build their credit scores, providing customers with a responsible way to pay over time. Customers are actively looking for buy now, pay later options. Over 9% of global ecommerce comes from BNPL shopping today, a figure projected to grow to 24% by 2026 (Juniper Research).
“We are thrilled to partner with WooCommerce to offer our flexible payment solution to their merchants,” said Charlie Youakim, CEO and co-founder of Sezzle. “We believe our partnership will provide an exceptional user experience for online shoppers, while also driving incremental sales and reducing cart abandonment for Woo merchants.”
“Providing our merchants with innovative and flexible payment options is a top priority for us,” said Keala Gaines, GM of Payments at WooCommerce. “Sezzle’s mission to financially empower individuals with choice and opportunity aligns closely with our aim to democratize ecommerce by providing a solution that is widely accessible while also helping our merchants to grow their stores.”
Sezzle, a certified B Corp, is on a mission to financially empower the next generation. Sezzle and Woo’s partnership is now live; eligible merchants can begin integrating Sezzle’s payment solutions into their online stores immediately.
About Sezzle Inc.
Sezzle is a fintech company on a mission to financially empower the next generation. Sezzle’s payment platform increases purchasing power for millions of consumers by offering a suite of financing solutions for cart sizes from $35 to $25,000 at online stores and in-store locations. When consumers apply, approval is instant, and their credit scores are not impacted, unless the consumer elects to opt-in to a credit-building feature, called Sezzle Up.