Atimi and TrialPay Partner to Help Software Companies Increase Online Sales

Mountain View, California (EastBayDaily) — Full-service software development company Atimi announced today that it has partnered with TrialPay, a revolutionary e-commerce payment system, to help its clients increase their online sales. Atimi, one of the world's largest developers of Apple software, pre-qualifies complementary services for their clients' software and will now offer alternative online payment options through TrialPay.

Atimi clients can now implement TrialPay's innovative ad-supported payment platform directly into their products, which creates new revenue from online traffic by ensuring that every customer can find an offer that compels him to make a purchase. Companies from around the world turn to Atimi, an expert in Apple technology, to port their software between Macintosh, Linux and Widows platforms or to produce their software ideas from start to finish.

"Atimi is like a general contractor for software, addressing all aspects of development for our clients from project planning and engineering to financing and monetization," says Romel Alibudbud, Vice President of Sales and Alliances of Atimi. "Software companies are generally limited to standard payment options or ad-supported versions to monetize their products online. But our partnership with TrialPay gives our clients a new way to make profits on the Web."

By adding TrialPay to their list of industry recommendations, Atimi ensures their clients remain at the forefront of e-commerce technology. TrialPay is a revolutionary online payment platform that lets customers pay for products by interacting with one of 2,000 blue-chip advertisers (e.g. sending flowers from FTD, signing up for Blockbuster or buying clothes from Gap). TrialPay boosts online sales, increases trial upgrades and improves e-mail campaign performance by providing thousands of ways to pay. More than 6,000 premier merchants use the TrialPay platform, including a number of software industry leaders.

"Atimi offers the most comprehensive software development to some of the highest-quality companies in the world, and now TrialPay can help ensure that their clients follow best practices in e-commerce," says Alex Rampell, co-founder and CEO of TrialPay. "We are thrilled that such a renowned developer recognizes and endorses TrialPay as a successful way for software companies to monetize online sales."

About Atimi Software Inc. Atimi Software Inc. is a cross-platform development company that specializes in Macintosh applications, porting applications from Windows to the Macintosh, and mobile application development for the new generation of smartphones. As a pure services company, Atimi handles high-value intellectual property for some of the largest technology companies in the world. Atimi's processes ensure their clients reach their projected targets reliably and efficiently, allowing them to focus on building strong, lasting relationships with their own customers. Atimi is a privately owned Canadian corporation with offices in Vancouver, Nevada, and Bangalore. For more information, visit

About TrialPay, Inc. TrialPay is the only payment method that increases a customer's willingness to pay. Visa, MasterCard, PayPal and other standard payment options process transactions but they do nothing to boost sales. TrialPay entices shoppers to complete their purchase by giving a 2-for-1 with every transaction. Shoppers get their original product for free by completing one offer from blue-chip advertisers. With TrialPay, everyone wins: merchants make more sales from their current traffic, advertisers acquire new customers on a pay-for-performance basis and shoppers get a free product with every purchase.

TrialPay works with more than 6,000 premium merchants, including McAfee, The Wall Street Journal, Skype, and other industry leaders in software, games, publishing, online services and retail. TrialPay currently has more than 12 million registered users and offers 2,000 ways to pay by transacting with name-brand advertisers. For more information, visit


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