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- Auto Account Updater
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- ISO Portal
- Merchant Portal
- Online Merchant Application
- Partner Portal
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- Prebuilt SDKs
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- Recurring Engine
- Sandbox Environment
If you can’t test your payment integration, how will you know if it works?
As a developer, you probably have no interest in becoming an expert in payment processing. Instead, you want to integrate to a payment processing platform, and you want that process to be fast and efficient. Unfortunately, the payments processing ecosystem is built on technology and messaging formats, like ISO 8583, which haven’t changed in decades.
The result is that integrating to unnecessarily complex payment platforms requires combing through hundreds of pages of documentation. What can make this time-consuming exercise even more frustrating is completing the tedious certification processes that often take weeks if not months to complete only to discover that the processor’s certification environment uses different logic than their production environment, costing you more valuable time.
Our sandbox environment eliminates these challenges. It uses the same code as our production systems (without the movement of funds, of course), so you can rest assured that your application will behave the same way in production that it does in development.
And, using our Prebuilt SDKs allows you to develop and integrate applications quickly without spending hours reading documentation. Instead, you simply adapt code samples to your specific use cases. What’s more, because the Prebuilt SDKs control the messaging formats between your platform and ours, there is no arduous certification process.
How We're Different
Our sandbox environment can be accessed at any time here, allowing you to get started on your integration immediately. Download the Prebuilt SDK in your development language and start testing your use cases with a library of code samples where the most common challenge developers run into is forgetting to use their sandbox credentials in the code samples.
- Same code base as our production environment for accurate testing
- Prebuilt SDKs in the most popular development languages
- Code sample library to streamline integration
- Self-certification process; if your application works in the sandbox, it will work in production