Our Unified Payments API gives you immediate access to all the local payment methods, digital wallets, and global card schemes you need to create smarter regional strategies and happier customers.
Reduce cart abandonment with your customer’s preferred way to pay, such as BNPL, vouchers, and more.
Grow into new markets faster using a single integration to switch on local payment methods globally.
Increase issuer approvals at a country level with local payment processing and deep expertise.
Build superior strategies with granular country, payments, and reconciliation data at your fingertips.
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A wave of Alternative Payment Methods (APMs) are gaining popularity with customers around the world, as 60% of ecommerce consumers say they would abandon their cart if they cannot pay with their preferred payment method.Download report
Find answers below to key questions asked about payment methods. Want to know more? Get in touch with one of our payment experts.
A digital payment method is also known as an electronic payment. It is the transfer of value from one payment account to another using a digital device. Mobile phone and online bank transfers, mobile wallet payments, in-app payments, online payments (via a computer or a mobile phone), QR code payments, and every other electronic payment qualify as a digital payment.
To learn more about how digital payment methods can benefit your business, get in touch with one of our payment experts today.
Alternative payment methods — APMs for short — refers to any form of payment that isn’t cash or a major international credit card brand.
Domestic cards, cash-based vouchers, digital wallets — such as Apple Pay and Google Pay — or bank transfers, including iDEAL in the Netherlands, POLi in Australia and New Zealand, and Przelewy24 in Poland are all considered alternative payment methods.
View our blog "What are alternative payment methods?" to learn more.
Accepting local payment methods allows you to scale your business globally while staying highly localized. By giving your customer their preferred method of payment, you can increase transaction rates and reduce cart abandonment.
Contact our payment experts today and explore which payment methods are best suited for your business.
Already a customer? Check out our documentation page and integrate with a payment method now. Alternatively, contact your Customer Success Manager and explore payment method options.