As a result of this alliance, Webvisions expects to ring in sales of up to S$500,000 in 12 months from new client acquisitions as well as renewed contracts, said Webvisions CEO Roger Lim.
"(The deal) increases our value to our existing customers because we will be able to support their e-commerce ventures. It also (helps us better acquire new) customers who are interested in setting up Internet businesses," Lim said in an email Thursday.
Webvisions also claimed in a statement that customers would save over 25 percent from the Webvisions-WorldPay bundled offerings.
Headquartered in Singapore, Webvisions has presence in India, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Korea, Japan, Taiwan and China. It claims to have over 12,000 customers worldwide including Microsoft (Singapore), AXN Action TV, OCBC Asset Management, DaimlerChrysler Southeast Asia, Sony Entertainment (Philippines), AMD Far East, Coca-Cola Singapore, Hewlett-Packard and Visa.
Webvisions declined to reveal its revenues to date.