For software companies who wish to enhance their offering by seamlessly embedding the capability to book foreign exchange trades into their solutions.
Over many years NZForex has processed hundreds of thousands of transactions for its own business and private customers. Drawing on this experience we are now able to offer software developers an interface to our platform that allows them to incorporate the key building blocks of our service into their software offering.
Live rates in more than 50 currencies can be provided via your software to your customers
NZForex has the capability to provide rates in more than 50 currencies to be used in a variety of ways by your software programmes. Have customers generate invoices in foreign currencies for their clients, or pay foreign invoices directly from your software.
Great rates and low or no fees
Our customers are used to our great rates on foreign transfers which are significantly lower than the major banks. Our fees are low and above a specific threshold, there are no fees at all. Your customers will be treated no differently, whilst you provide them with the ability to view rates and book deals we continue to offer great rates and speedy settlement.
Experienced, dynamic and responsive IT team
The IT team at NZForex will give you a tailored service and respond to your queries immediately. As a result we can work with you quickly to bring a solution to your customers.
Security & Compliance
Our payment platform is 128byt encrypted – a military grade encryption. Our commitment to assisting our clients in fulfilling their requirements is without compromise. Read more about regulation here.
Experience in Partnering
NZForex has experience of rolling out its solutions to software providers including:
Scientific Software Solutions: read about it here
If you’d like to hear more about or solutions for software providers or to understand how it could compliment your existing service offering please register your details below or call us.
Send money overseas at better rates than the banks.