Are Integrated Payments the Right Solution for Your Business?
Payment platforms and integrated payments solutions can help drive success for your business, but is that the solution you actually need to take payments? In our most recent webinar, our Chief Strategy Officer, Steve Blentlinger, and our new Head of Product, Jonathan Cordeau, sat down for a conversation about the best solution for your business.
With this podcast version of our integrated payments webinar, you will learn about how to know what payment solution you need, when you need it, and how it can help your business grow by offering:
- Instant onboarding
- Dynamic funding
- Payment monetization
- Multi-account fund disbursement
If you are seeking the best-fit payment solution for your business from an award-winning payment facilitator, then you won’t want to miss out on this exclusive podcast.
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Listen as Steve and Jonathan discuss the differences between traditional ISOs and payment facilitators. Usually, Steve remarks, traditional solutions don’t have a PayFac solution built. If they do, it’s outsourced, clunky, and likely has no data sharing. Even if you work through all the kinks, a traditional ISO may still require you to go to a PayFac platform solution or build everything from scratch. In all cases, however, it’s all or nothing when it comes to features, pricing, and integrations.
From Jonathan Cordeau: If you are a software company that sells a widget and you want to have a software-as-a-service model, subscription model, PayFac may not be right for you. PayFac may be too complex. If you have payout issues and you need to dynamically fund multiple accounts, if you need to work with a sophisticated model around potentially holding money for 30 days or 60 days, PayFac may be a good experience for you.
If you’ve been looking for a payment experience that’s a game-changer for your business and has the ability to offer you exactly what you need, look no further than our integrated payments solution, Payline I/O, which can be customized to fit your business’s most critical needs.