Global provider of web-based payment infrastructure services, PAY.ON reduces the integration time required for online shops to integrate with their PSP/ISO to just a few minutes. For this purpose, merchants integrate the payment form including all required payment methods by copying a few lines of code into the source code of their own websites. Merchants then have a fully functioning payment process that makes it easy to meet all compliance and security standards. In terms of technology, the new ‘COPYandPAY’ service is based on the platform-as-a-service solution PaySourcing, which PSPs and ISOs can use to run their entire business. Those interested can find all the information about COPYandPAY online at www.paysourcing.com/copyandpay
COPYandPAY simplifies complex payment integration when using APIs and makes the task of adapting payment processes to one’s own design via iFrames a thing of the past. Instead, with COPYandPAY merchants can host their payment solution themselves and still be PCI-compliant. To customise the payment process, a library of ready-made widgets is available, which can be adapted to the merchant’s own specifications in a fully flexible manner. The ready-made widgets also put an end to time-consuming adjustments using programming languages such as PHP, Java, C# and Ruby.
The new service also offers over 100 payment methods such as Visa, MasterCard, Amex, SOFORT Überweisung and PayPal and more than 250 connections to financial service providers. With this method of integration, 3D Secure (Verified by Visa and MasterCard SecureCode) is also immediately available.
Markus Rinderer, CEO of PAY.ON AG: ‘Even before COPYandPAY, PaySourcing has been offering PSPs/ISOs direct access to the latest payment technology and over 250 financial service providers. Now, COPYandPAY is opening up a new customer segment: online shops that are looking for an easier integration of payment options, are cost-oriented but don’t want to forego applicable standards. For online shops and SaaS providers, COPYandPAY is the most effective key to more sales, as it currently offers the simplest integration of all familiar payment methods.’
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