Welcome Bradley Riss, Chief Commercial Officer


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We are very excited to welcome Bradley Riss as Checkout.com’s Chief Commercial Officer.

His payment industry experience and understanding of key markets will be invaluable as we continue on our ambitious growth trajectory. As CCO, Bradley will ensure that we continue to help businesses accept more payments and expand their operations internationally.

Bradley will lead Checkout.com’s global growth strategy. His experience and knowledge of the e-commerce landscape will help more international companies to adapt their online offerings to better service their customers worldwide and process more payments. Bradley will be based at our London HQ.

Bradley joins Checkout.com from Adyen where he served as Head of Business Development for the APAC region. He is a payment industry professional and has previously held key business development positions at Digital River and GlobalCollect.

Less than a handful of payment companies globally have built what Checkout.com has: a unified payment platform built for online commerce. By offering a consolidated payment technology stack, businesses benefit from feature parity across regions, increased processing speed, greater reliability, and full data visibility. Bradley is bullish about the value Checkout.com brings to the international market and our vision to help merchants accept more – more global payment methods, more currencies, and more customers in foreign markets – through one integration.

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Written on Oct 02, 2018 by

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Guillaume Pousaz

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