Arbor and Checkout.com Partnership
We’re excited to announce our brand new partnership with Checkout.com!
Checkout.com is a global payments solution provider that helps businesses and their communities thrive in the digital economy. Serving some of the biggest global brands, Checkout.com are experts at solving the complex, nuanced payment needs of enterprise businesses.
Currently, one of the most demanding, complex, and nuanced needs for brands and retailers is sustainability!
A whopping 67% of consumers now look at sustainability when choosing whether or not to purchase a product. The kicker? They’d be willing to pay up to 25% more for products that provide sustainability metrics they can trust.
That’s why we’re offering free assessments for up to 10 products, exclusively through Checkout.com. Companies can put our data engine to the test and instantly understand more about the CO2e impact of their products.
“There's an ocean of global consumer surveys all saying the exact same thing, sustainability sells. The trick is that your claims have to be truthful and trustworthy.” says, Alex Todorovic, Arbor’s CEO and co-founder. “This is exactly why we focus on ensuring that our calculations are as accurate as can be, and why a partnership with Checkout.com makes so much sense.”
How do we do it?
Arbor is more than just an impact measurement tool. The Arbor Dashboard automatically extracts meaningful data from each individual product, attributing information to unique geographic locations and manufacturing processes, and utilizes leading Life Cycle Assessment datasets to estimate the product’s environmental footprint.
Together with Checkout.com, we’re enabling merchants to optimize their payments performance, sell more, and look good doing it.
“As a payments processor, you want to increase the amount of transactions happening for your merchants. Why not do it through a proven medium: sustainability,” continues Alex, “Merchants are happy because they are selling more and looking great, consumers are happy because they feel that their money is going to products that more accurately reflect their values, and payments companies are happy because they're providing added value to their customers. Win-win-win.”