Klarna partners with Tryzens

Klarna provides Smoooth integrations courtesy of Tryzens’ IPM service

Ecommerce specialist Tryzens expands its relationship with innovative payments company Klarna to streamline, support and standardise its eCommerce Platform integrations.

Following the successful build of an initial Hybris cartridge for Klarna, Tryzens have increased the scope of their involvement, culminating in becoming Klarna’s sole partner for Salesforce Commerce Cloud and Hybris integrations, across their entire product range. Retailers operating on these platforms will now have a considerably more efficient process and reduced time to market to benefit from Klarna’s popular ‘Buy now, pay later’ approach, which is gaining significant market traction.

After running a selection process, Klarna took the decision to adopt Tryzens’ Integration Portfolio Management (IPM) service to support their own internal capabilities. IPM enables innovative software companies to work with a single provider for development, support and go-to-market strategy services across multiple eCommerce platforms at once. Tryzens’ IPM simplifies the principles of integrating 3rd party technologies with major eCommerce Platforms, whereby the client invests in a process and resource pool that is flexible to meet their evolving needs and priorities based upon market demand. As such, Klarna benefit from access to platform specialist teams, managed by a single Project Manager, significantly reducing overheads.

Greg Straw, Partner Manager at Tryzens said: “The multi-platform relationship between Klarna and Tryzens is a great example of a symbiotic technical partnership. After all, having an up to date integration portfolio is key to rapid growth across multiple markets, which is fundamental for a disruptive company like Klarna. We are really excited to have been chosen to support them as they launch in new countries and fulfil their ambitious expansion plans.”

About Klarna

Klarna was founded in Stockholm in 2005 with the idea of simplifying buying. Klarna does this by letting the consumer receive the goods first and pay afterwards, while assuming the credit and fraud risks for the merchants. Today, Klarna is one of Europe’s fastest growing companies.

In 2014 Klarna joined forces with SOFORT and formed Klarna Group, the leading European payment provider. Klarna Group has more than 1200 employees and is active on 18 markets.