Adyen is a global multichannel payment company offering businesses an outsourced payment solution, which enables merchants to accept payments from anywhere in the world and provides a global payment solution for mid, large and enterprise e-commerce merchants. Adyen serves over 3,500 customers globally. It reported over 100% growth in terms of revenue and 40% growth in new customer wins in 2014, earnings of $130 million in 2015, and earnings of $95 million in revenue in 2013, up from $65 million in 2012. It has over ten years of experience in running high-volume payment systems. It is a privately held company.
Adyen offers merchants online services for accepting electronic payments by payment methods including credit cards, bank based payments such as debit cards, bank transfer, and real-time bank transfers based on online banking. Adyen's online payment platform connects to 250 payment methods across North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia, Pacific, and Oceania, from international credit cards to local cash-based methods, like Boleto in Brazil and internet banking methods like iDEAL in the Netherlands. Adyen provides a single solution, available for three payment acceptance platforms.
The service is used by international and multinationals companies including, Uber, Facebook, Evernote, Spotify, Airbnb, Mango, Vodafone, Booking.com, KLM, Greenpeace, Soundcloud, Superdry and Groupon.