Sage Pay is the European payment arm of software giant Sage (Sage Payment Solutions being the US equivalent). The firm started out as a UK payment service provider (PSP) called Protx, before it was acquired by Sage in 2006. Rebranded as Sage Pay, the firm has grown into one of the leading payment providers in the industry and probably one of the first names you’ll come across.
Sage Pay’s 50,000 customers range from startups to major corporations, and the company processes millions of payments every month. Its services range from simple payment solutions for small to medium businesses, all the way to tailored packages for corporations.
With a solid reputation for providing some of the best services around, Sage Pay offers the full package of payment options for businesses of all sizes. Unlike some firms in the industry, you won’t be forgotten as a small business owner under Sage Pay, which explains why this is the first (and often last) payment provider smaller firms go for.
Sage Pay’s aim is pretty simple: to make it as easy as possible for your customers to make payments and for your to receive your money – just the way it should be. So let’s dig a little deeper to see how close the UK firm comes to delivering on its promise.