Adyen is a payment company that allows businesses to accept e-commerce, mobile and point-of-sale payments. The Company offers merchants online services for accepting electronic payments by credit cards, bank-based payments such as debit cards, bank transfer and real-time bank transfers based on online banking. Its platform also enables the acceptance and processing of local payments across its merchants' point of sale channels.
|Acquired Company||Date||Deal Size|
|Adyen Australia PTY Limited|
|Adyen Belgium BVBA|
|Adyen Brazil Ltda|
|Adyen Canada Ltd|
|Adyen (China) Software Technology Co. Ltd.|
|Adyen France Sarl|
|Adyen Hong Kong Limited|
|Adyen International B.V.|
Adyen revenue breakdown by business segment: 86.2% from Settlement Fees, 9.2% from Processing Fees and 4.6% from Other
Adyen revenue breakdown by geographic segment: 6.6% from Asia, 7.9% from Latin America, 25.6% from North America, 59.3% from Europe and 0.6% from Other
Adyen has 11.29k Twitter Followers. The number of followers has increased 12.2% month over month and increased 19.4% quarter over quarter
When was Adyen founded?
Adyen was founded in 2006.
Who are Adyen key executives?
Adyen's key executives are Pieter van der Does, Arnout Schuijff and Ingo Uytdehaage.
How many employees does Adyen have?
Adyen has 768 employees.
What is Adyen revenue?
Latest Adyen annual revenue is €1 b.
What is Adyen revenue per employee?
Latest Adyen revenue per employee is €1.3 m.
Who are Adyen competitors?
Competitors of Adyen include iZettle, Klarna and PayPal.
Where is Adyen headquarters?
Adyen headquarters is located at 6-50 Simon Carmiggeltstraat, Amsterdam.
Where are Adyen offices?
Adyen has offices in Amsterdam, Bruxelles, Ciudad de México, Manchester and in 11 other locations.
How many offices does Adyen have?
Adyen has 16 offices.