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WorldPay products chosen by three UK universities.


Online payment company WorldPay is set to provide online payment services to three universities in the UK following individual agreements.

The universities of Edinburgh, Warwick and St. Andrews will now all receive e-commerce systems that are powered by WorldPay. This is expected to help them meet increased demand for online payment services while also improving efficiency, according to WorldPay.

Edinburgh University now lets its students pay their course fees through its web site while the University of Warwick offers products and services for sale online and the University of St. Andrews provides an online facility for paying course fees, accommodation and merchandise.

The financial terms of the agreements were not announced.

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Date:Sep 26, 2003
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