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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
A new year presents independent software vendors (ISVs) with fresh opportunities to invest in solutions, processes, and partnerships that help attract new customers, deepen existing relationships and generate new revenue streams. Hope is not a strategy, and success requires focus, measurable goals and due diligence so that ISVs can celebrate accomplishments and be prepared for the future. Here are a few attainable achievements that ISVs can quickly adopt to improve the payment experience for customers while growing revenue for their business.READ MORE
While often fun, predicting the future can be risky for individuals and companies that focus their resources and investments on the wrong initiatives. We believe business leaders can find inspiration in the words of Malcolm X: "The future belongs to those who prepare for it today."READ MORE
What is Embedded Finance? Embedded payments are part of a bigger umbrella term called “embedded finance” that is defined as “the integration of financial services into non-financial websites, mobile apps, and business processes.” Simply put, software companies partner with banks and technology providers to extend a seamless experience to customers on their platform.READ MORE
An API, or application programming interface, is a set of protocols and tools that let different types of software interface with each other. Developers use APIs to quickly add new features to their software. Payment service providers like PayJunction publish APIs that allow software providers and developers to easily add credit, debit and ACH payments within their core software for in-person and online acceptance.READ MORE
Independent Software Vendors (ISV) have a lot to consider as they evaluate payment gateway and platform providers. It calls for comprehensive research that includes the company, the developer experience, payment features, security and compliance, and customer support.READ MORE