Update Your Online Checkout Page With Spreedly

Consider the pitfalls of online payments forms and processes—it becomes a conversation about conversion rates and drop-off. It’s a conversation that’s been had before. You know, really small problems which require small adjustments that make a HUGE impact on your online checkout experience and bottom line. This begs the questions: What role does your online checkout page play in your shopping experience? Are your users excited about their purchase, and rolling full-steam ahead to the […]

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Online Merchants: 3 Things to Consider When Choosing an iFrame Payment Form

If you’re an online merchant or e-commerce provider by now you know you should use an iFrame based payment form to minimize your PCI compliance burden. And, in general, you’re in luck! Since PCI DSS 3.0 is almost two years old by now, most payment gateways and payment processors have iFrame-based payment forms available for use. However, all is not rosy in the payment form landscape. Just because your gateway offers a payment form that has “iFrame” […]

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PCI Compliance Best Practices – Making E-Commerce More Secure

On February 2nd, 2017, the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) updated its best practices guidelines for securing e-commerce and PCI compliance. Among other things, this is notable because PCI DSS 3.0 was released back in 2013 and a lot has changed since that time; most markedly the roll out of PCI 3.2 in April of 2016. The release of PCI 3.0 introduced the SAQ A-EP – a roughly 40 page requirement compared […]

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RevolutionParts and Spreedly

One of our customers, RevolutionParts, has a nice post on migrating to Spreedly. Many of our customers are implementing a new payments service. RevolutionParts were different in that they were already with another provider and needing to make a change. You can read the post over at their site if you’re interested in learning more. This would be most applicable if you sell a SaaS based service into a group of diverse merchants.

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Marketplaces and Stripe Connect: Does one size fit all?

The shift from desktop/web to mobile/app is creating new opportunities for commerce. Everything from the way we book travel to have our groceries delivered is up for grabs as commerce moves to mobile. When building an app or service that connects suppliers and consumers you quickly run into the issue of collecting payments on behalf of your merchants/sellers. There are three major challenges: PCI compliance, who will act as merchant of record, and sharing/splitting revenue. Stripe […]

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Spreedly Express: The Easiest Way to Collect Credit Cards

Merchants using Spreedly to process payments currently have several options when it comes to collecting credit card data. If you are already heavily in PCI scope and want to manage the addition of cards yourself you can use the direct API. If you want to limit your PCI scope under PCI-DSS v3.0 with the some ability to customize your payment form then our iframe payment form is the best way to go. Today we’re happy to announce a […]

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Mobile, Marketplaces and Platforms

The transition from web to mobile includes a consumer behavioral change of using mobile apps instead of a web browser. This transition is changing the way commerce happens online, since consumers are less likely to enter their CC data into a mobile app due to the form factor. Further, redirecting users to a third party site for a transaction was workable in a web browser but can be a disastrous user experience in a mobile/app world, with many […]

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