Posted on July 23, 2018 Eliot Cohen
We at Spreedly, like everyone else who handles sensitive data and is invested in security, recently went through our preparation for GDPR. You know GDPR I’m sure - it’s the reason why we’ve been spammed incessantly by companies who suddenly care about your rights and consent on all of your dat
Posted on June 1, 2017 Brianne Villano
The benefits of creating and managing an online community go beyond reducing support costs; communities are the foundation of scaling. One person can only do so much, and as our CTO, Nathaniel, described in this blog post, “your ability to succeed is directly tied to your ability to grow the team.
Posted on April 18, 2017 Justin Benson
Spreedly’s mission is to democratize participation in payments by connecting platforms, online merchants, payment providers and other PCI compliant services. Information is one critical pillar of openness and, with that in mind, we’re proud to announce that Insights is available to all Spreedly
Posted on April 7, 2017 Nicole Jackson
New prospects and customers of Spreedly have great questions, and we have some really helpful resources. Despite our thorough documentation, Spreedly’s Customer Success team notices patterns amongst the most commonly asked questions. Since it’s our mission to remove all possible roadblocks towar
Posted on March 2, 2017 Brianne Villano
Testing the workings of any new API integration is the key to a successful production launch. This is especially true when you have customers that rely on your payment platform to transact and generate revenue. Whether you’ve decided to test prior to committing to Spreedly, or you’ve subscrib
Posted on November 19, 2014 Justin Benson
We see a lot of innovative startups in Spain interested in our platform. We also see one of the most difficult payment landscapes for startups to get started. Recently we've worked with CatalunyaCaixa to reduce the challenge of working with Spreedly and Redsys and today we share multiple customers.
Posted on March 25, 2014 Ryan Daigle
One of the many benefits of using a managed service is that new functionality, updates, and bug fixes are deployed without your involvement. The flipside is that it can appear, at times, to be a bit of a black box with changes going into production without your awareness. We understand your business