In order to make online payments more flexible for shoppers, ASOS has partnered with one of Europe’s leading payments providers, Klarna, and their pay after delivery technology following a successful partnership in Germany over the past three years.
Klarna’s pay after delivery allows retailers to bridge the gap between the online and offline shopping experience. When making a purchase on desktop or mobile, customers in the Nordics will now have the option to pay for their products up to 14 days after delivery – giving them the chance to try on their purchases before paying.
This continues ASOS’ commitment to providing the best customer experience possible and follows closely on from the launch of free returns for all EU customers.
ASOS is a global fashion destination for 20-somethings. We sell cutting-edge fashion and offer a wide variety of fashion-related content, making ASOS.com the hub of a thriving fashion community. We sell over 85,000 branded and own-label products through localised mobile and web experiences, delivering from our fulfilment centres in the UK, US and Europe to almost every country in the world.
We tailor the mix of own-label, global and local brands sold through each of our eight local language websites: UK, US, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Australia and Russia.
ASOS’s websites attracted 117.5m visits during August 2016 (August 2015: 90.5m) and as at 31 August 2016 had 12.4m active customers (31 August 2015: 9.9m), of which 4.7m were located in the UK and 7.7m were located in our international territories (31 August 2015: 3.9m in the UK and 6.0m internationally).
Klarna is Europe’s leading payments provider, that aims to make the payment process simple, smooth and safe for customers and its merchant partners. The company founded in 2005 was recently named as one of the top disrupter companies in the world by CNBC.
Klarna works together with 65,000 merchants to offer payment solutions to more than 45 million users in Europe and North America. Klarna has 1,500 employees and is active in 18 countries.