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PaymentSpring’s new Checkout Widget is making it easier than ever for businesses and nonprofits to add payments to their website.
PaymentSpring customers can now add payments to their websites within minutes. They need only log in to their dashboard, answer a few questions to customize their form or button and then copy/paste the code to their website with zero coding skill required.
Processing credit card payments and ACH deposits with ease, via a system that’s easy to set up and with real people ready to support you when you need it is more rare than it should be. That’s what inspired PaymentSpring to develop a smart and simplified alternative to “big box” payment processing services. At PaymentSpring, nonprofit and business partners are experiencing the best of both worlds—quality product AND quality service.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again—we have amazing partners.
Software platforms offering simple SaaS payment solutions have their monetization ducks in a row. But is that enough?
Recent and upcoming enhancements are laying top-notch groundwork for future development based on client feedback and requests.
As a developer-driven company, we’re suckers for a good partnership with similarly minded software providers.
Most software platforms are in a constant state of innovation, chasing endless possibilities on a solution quest outsiders might not ever understand. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been comfortably providing software services for years or if you’re new to the game; nobody goes it completely alone.