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Checkout.com acquires Estonian software development company

Tallinn will become Checkout.com’s second-largest engineering hub

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Checkout.com acquires Estonian software development company. Source: pexels.com

Checkout.com has announced its largest acquisition to date of Estonian software development firm, Icefire.

The acquisition of Icefire and its 110 technology engineers will join Checkout.com’s global technology teams to accelerate the delivery of key products and features.

The Tallinn office will become Checkout.com’s second-largest engineering hub, after its headquarters in London, UK.

The investment will also serve Checkout.com’s merchants with in-market expertise, to empower Checkout.com’s merchants to scale easily in more global markets and achieve optimal payments performance.

Many leading Estonian-based technology businesses are already powered by Checkout.com’s platform, including Wise, Monese and Bolt.

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