UPDATE: CCBill launched Portuguese language forms a couple of weeks ago to help reach more Portuguese speaking buyers – since according to Wikipedia – Portuguese is the official language the official language of six different countries: Portugal, Brazil, Mozambique, Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, and São Tomé and Príncipe.
multi-language forms work with our auto-sensing systems, which detect location
and language settings – as well as our cascading forms – which work with
is interesting – and something we anticipated – is the outcome of the addition
of this language has actually resulted in a noticeable increase in transactions
from these markets. We have seen on most days an additional 1,000+ transactions
which can be attributed to these markets.
interesting note (which I did not know) is that one of our major payment types,
JCB, is actually kinda popular in Brazil and all over South America, so we with
the introduction of Portuguese, we have seen some movement in JCB transactions.
to show what we have been discussing: when going global, it is
important to keep your focus local.
Understanding local markets can make a difference in providing a comfortable
purchase experience vs an insecure process.