Now, your internet merchants can not only decline a payment or submit high-risk transactions for additional verification, but also filter low-risk transactions, for example, by the amount, by the IP address (as identified by the merchant) and conduct these transactions without further 3-D Secure verification.
No doubt, this possibility eventually increases the conversion of the Internet merchants. Read more…
3 way to easily integrate your merchants with your payment gateway. (Card processing software on lease).
Not too long ago we described three popular integration options, that payment service providers who use the White Label card processing software beGateway for internet payment acceptance and processing, can offer to their clients: API, redirecting to the processing company’s payment page and a payment form in iFrame.
But in fact the possibilities of the processing platform beGateway to connect businesses to the payment service are even wider. Read more…
When arranging for any business to accept payments over the Internet (all administrative matters settled, customer questionnaire filled out, all required documents provided, and a contract for rendering payment services signed), there comes the final step – launching technical interaction between an online store, a website or a mobile application and a payment service provider’s processing system (i.e. your rented payment processing software).
What is a white label payment gateway solutions as a SaaS platform? Have you ever thought how often in your daily life you use words, terms or phrases that look completely understandable to you, but confuse your interlocutors? Well, we have.
We noticed that whenever we talk or write about beGateway white label payment acceptance and processing platform developed by eComCharge, we emphasize that it is SaaS and white label payment gateway. Read more…
How well do you know what a modular payment platform is? Let’s look at some examples. I will explain what modular payment platform is and why you should pay attention to this feature when buying or renting payment platform software for your business.
Do you know the feeling of discomfort, irritation and sometimes anger, when your relatively new computer, tablet or smartphone is really slow? Read more…
On 17-18 November 2016 Nikolaj Kirillov, Director of eComCharge is participating in the biggest e-commerce event in the Baltic States: ecom21. For the 5th year event is taking place in Riga, Latvia. eComCharge is a partner of Rietumu bank in the field of Internet acquiring.
Please contact Nikolaj to meet during these two days: Read more…
Creating a service to accept payments online entails solving a number of organizational and technical issues. Just like with any other business, the issues are numerous, diverse and depend on internal and external circumstances and conditions.
But I am going to dwell on four basic problems which affect – be it directly or indirectly – all other aspects related to the launch of a new payment service provider business: Read more…
We are sharing our knowledge, vision and main trends in online payment market in the spotlight interview for about-payments.com, the payment source for online merchants.
– What makes eComCharge different from other software and solution providers in ecommerce market?
– What are triggers to switch to eComCharge payment platform for PSP and Acquirers?
Head of Business Development, Peteris Pildegovics is sharing knowledge highlighting 3 do’s from eComCharge for PSP and acquirers willing to start providing payment services online.
For the full interview please follow the link: http://goo.gl/JP5mSU
eComCharge gave an interview in one of the leading informational source for payment industry – thepaypers.com
Is it best to create a payment processing system of one’s own or to use a ready-made proposal from a vendor?
Peteris Pildegovics, Head of Business Development at eComCharge has brought an expert opinion to this question giving an interview to thepaypers.com – leading independent source of news and analysis for professionals in the global payments industry. More questions are observed in the interview:
- SaaS products or in-house development? What is the right way to go for bank or PSP dealing in ecommerce?
- What do banks and PSPs need to undertake in case they are not satisfied with the existing payment gateway, but have invested a lot in its development?
- Does SaaS product include everything that is needed for a PSP or bank willing to work in ecommerce?
Please find a full version of this interview by clicking the following link: