Payfirma, the mobile, online and in-store payments provider, has announced they are enabling merchants to accept payments in multiple ways through access to their full solution payment API.
Developers can now use Payfirma’s API to build versatile products for accepting payments online and on mobile devices, so they can meet the needs of merchants.
“Consumers want to pay when, where and how they like. For businesses to compete and serve these customers, they need to offer a seamless experience across mobile, web and in-store shopping,” says Michael Gokturk, Payfirma CEO. “Now any merchant can provide an omni-channel payment experience by using our simple API to build custom payment solutions with access to reporting and analytics”
“This API was created in response to the growing number of businesses that see the benefits of selling across multiple channels, our research shows 76% of Payfirma’s customers are requesting multichannel solutions when it comes to accepting payments.” Added Gokturk.
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