Payments Orchestration helps gateways and PSPs strengthen and deepen their offerings to digital merchants in a few very important ways.
Your business is built on digital payments. So, it’s vital that your payments technology is available to accept payments from your customers. Enter Payments Orchestration.
Payments gateways, like Stripe and Braintree for example, help you to process credit card, debit card, and other payment methods so your customers can buy your offer. We’re very proud to count Stripe and Braintree among the gateway partners that we integrate with.
As a merchant, how do I know if my specific business needs could be better met by a multi-provider strategy? The answer comes down to your need for Reach, Redundancy, Resiliency, Regulation, and ROI.
In this post, Spreedly's Data Scientist analyzes transactions in Australian Currency. Including decline rates, success rates, and more
This paper explores how innovative, fast-growing companies rely on multiple payment gateways to support their unique and changing payments requirements.
The prevailing opinion is that a single gateway is enough. But e-commerce continues to grow: $1.9 trillion in 2016 with double-digit growth expected through 2020, when sales will top $4 trillion. With this growth comes new and innovative ways to make money online. Many of these models necessitate working with multiple gateways.