News on COPYandPAY: Three new payment schemes went live

By Christopher Taine on 16. May 2013 in Open Payment Technology

New payment schemes now available on COPYandPAY! Let us recall, COPYandPAYis one of our latest web-based solutions within our multi-channel PSP/ISO platform-as-a-service. The solution simplifies payment integration for merchants to the max. All merchants have to do in order to gain access to over 100 available payment methods – including 3D Secure – is to integrade a ready-made widget into their website by copying a couple of lines of script code. As COPYandPAY is HTML 5 based, it is directly compatible with smartphones and tablets.


COPYandPAY with its simplicity of integration opens up a new customer segment for payment service providers/independent sales organizations: online shops that are looking for an easier integration of payment options and do not want to forego applicable standards. For online shops, COPYandPAY is the most effective key to more sales, as it currently offers the simplest integration of all familiar payment methods.


So, what is new? In this month’s release we took three new brands live: Giropay, Klarna and Payfair. In sum, nearly 300 receiver connectors are available on our platform PaySourcing. COPYandPAY supports the majority of these brands. Further payment methods and schemes are added monthly.

Remember how simple integration works?!

Only three steps of integration are needed to start payments on your website – with a fully integrated payment page in your corporate design. Here we go:


1. To integrate COPYandPAY into your page, you need to generate a token for building the payment page. The calls are secure server-to-server calls from the server of a merchant to the PSP.  You then copy two lines of code to integrate the payment form with different payment methods on your page. Simply choose your preferred programming languages, copy and paste what you need. By copying the two lines, a JavaScript library is loaded and analyses the page in order to find the copied form and the chosen payment methods (e.g. VISA, MasterCard, PayPal, American Express…). It will build the form directly to be placed in html where the form is found.


2. The second step is to build the payment form by using ready-made widgets. You can redesign the widgets, regroup them or just change the language. The widgets are then in your code, and can be seen on your check-out page. Adaptation can take place according to your requirements.


3. After successful integration you can let your shoppers pay. You get the results of the payments in a simple call either server-side or from the browser.


Follow us for further developments!

Christopher Taine

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