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PayJunction swept up during the 2023 awards season, taking home three Gold Titan Awards, one Gold Globee, one Silver Stevie® and the Business Intelligence Excellence in Customer Service Award.READ MORE
What is a Card-On-File Transaction? The shift to digital interactions has sky-rocketed in recent years, primarily due to consumers’ increasing demand for fast, frictionless experiences. One area that has seen rapid adoption and growth is payments, driven by the rise of Apple Pay, Google Pay, PayPal, and Venmo, the ease with which a person can pay for goods and services. Companies like Uber, Lyft, Grub Hub and Instacart have made it the norm to pay without entering card details for each purchase. This is a practice called Credit Card On File.READ MORE
Welcome to PJ University, where we teach you how to use PayJunction like a pro. We’ve made it easy for anyone, with or without technical coding knowledge, to integrate payment acceptance features into their software in minutes. Our No-code Payments Integration™️ streamlines payments and boosts productivity.READ MORE
No-code technology is revolutionary for building and deploying software solutions rapidly, without writing code. No-code and low-code integrations offer a range of templates, webhooks, point-and-click tools and intuitive interfaces that allow users—even those without extensive coding knowledge—to develop applications, websites, and complex workflows. Automating processes and streamlining workflows can make businesses more agile, responsive, and competitive in today's fast-paced digital landscape.READ MORE
No-code technology is revolutionary for building and deploying software solutions without writing code. The popular and rapidly growing trend empowers individuals with or without technical coding skills to rapidly create and deploy complex software solutions.READ MORE
Accepting payments has become increasingly complex due in part to the rapid growth of online and mobile experiences, the popularity of digital wallets and an increase in recurring or subscription services. Powering all the interaction points throughout a transaction’s lifecycle requires an expanding array of technologies and networks to securely connect point-of-sale (POS) systems, websites, payment processors, bank accounts and card brands. A crucial part of the equation is the Payment Gateway. You may have casually heard the term and are wondering “What is a Payment Gateway?” or “How is it different from a Payment Processor?” This article answers those questions and takes a deeper dive into important features and benefits to help you decide what type of payment gateway is best for your business.READ MORE