Verizon 2017 PCI DSS Report – Hospitality Industry & Retail at Risk

Here at Spreedly we pay a lot of attention to PCI DSS compliance. As a company that handles millions of payment transactions on behalf of our customers we are a PCI Level 1 Service Provider. And one of our core offerings is a set of solutions that securely capture and collect payment methods, helping our customers reduce their PCI scope. So, we received Verizon’s 2017 Payment Security Report with interest. The report delves into the […]

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Simplify Your Online Payment Solutions: Capture, Store & Deliver

Spreedly is a financial technology startup whose core product is a payment API. A little over half of our employees are developers, mostly working off of a unique and cutting edge Ruby stack. It stands to reason that the majority of our customers are also developers. Software engineers find us because our technology meets their specific requirements for online payment solutions. We provide free and easy access to a test version of our API and […]

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Payment Transaction Trends: Credit/Debit Cards and Gateways in 2016

This article is the first in a series to provide a point of reference for online merchants, payment gateways, banks, and anyone involved with online payment solutions who want to evaluate the performance of their own metrics against payment transaction trends at Spreedly in order to make their own comparisons.     Spreedly’s ever-growing trove of data provides unique insight into the payment transaction industry. In fact, we are expecting to process 100 million transactions in 2017. […]

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How to Store Credit Cards With Clover for Recurring Payments

Many point of sale payment solutions don’t allow you to store credit cards. Somewhat surprisingly – given its modern approach, excellent reputation, and growth – Clover is one such system. There are many good reasons for this. A downside, however, is the inability for merchants to make recurring, card not present transactions. There is no way within Clover itself to capture and store credit cards for recurring payments. The good news is, there’s a solution for this. […]

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