Cloud Commerce Pro’s payment gateway integration and virtual PDQ terminal, takes away the hassle of taking payments over the phone and removes the need to handle or manually recording card information.
Cloud Commerce Pro integrates with the top five payment providers – Sage Pay, PayPal, WorldPay, Stripe & Secure Trading.
SagePay is popular with accountants due to their accounting software - Sage, so this gains trust knowing that it’s a good and secure payment gateway to use. Technical support from SagePay is excellent when dealing with queries of payments and setting up with them initially.
Your customers are already familiar with Paypal. They trust the brand, and may even have an existing Paypal account themselves. This makes Paypal a front-runner for any ecommerce site, as at the very least one of several payment options available.
Worldpay are fully PCI DSS compliant and provide 3D secure so your customer’s card details are safe when they pay using Worldpay. Prices can go down with high volumes so if you are a big business they can help you out with a cheaper deal.
Stripe is cheaper than Paypal for most transactions, which is enough reason in itself to make it a serious contender. With Stripe, customers are still on your site with your branding, so they can feel more certain during the checkout process.
The Secure Trading Payment Gateway is a versatile solution that is applicable to all kinds of businesses of all sizes. There are several integration options including hosted payment pages eliminating the requirement for merchants to be PCI DSS compliant.
How do you quickly take and process an order over the phone or on-site?
Our Open API
If you use another platform not listed here, then we have an open API that you could use in order to integrate with our system.
Our customers or their developers are able to use the Cloud Commerce Pro API to connect a wide variety of different platforms such as:
Bespoke CMS and Ecommerce Platforms
Or can be used to automate the updating of supplier stock availability, and much more!
Don’t just take our word for it…
Run Charlie were looking for a business management system (ERP) as their operation grew, in order to regain control of the excessive amount of manual tasks and to help them grow.