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WooCommerce Plugin Release

Good news for our eCommerce friends; Managing eCommerce payments has just become easier with the release of our first WooCommerce plugin. Get access to one of the world’s largest online shopping frameworks with the flexibility and ease that PayDock provides ensuring your customer’s checkout experience to be seamless and beautiful –  no matter what payment …

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Multi user access and role management

Managing a team’s permissions and access to sensitive customer and payment data in an increasingly complex payments world has traditionally been complex and difficult. With new payment methods entering the market and different providers providing different logins with different permissions, managing an organisational-wide policy has been difficult… until now. As one of our most asked for …

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php SDK

Following on from our .Net & Java SDKs, we’ve now released our php SDK. This provides a friendly way to access Paydock, making it even easier to use Paydock. You can pull this down through composer on Packagist and the code is open source on github. Providing the right interface One of the questions when putting together a …

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Java SDK

PayDock has now released Java SDK, which can be downloaded from JCentre. There are different dependency snippets to be inserted in your code based on your selected build settings (we support Gradle, Maven or Ivy). The library is opened sourced and can be found here. Specific tests for you to reference in your program are here. Planning Writing …

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.Net SDK

We’re excited to announce we’ve released our .Net core SDK for Paydock. This is SDK makes is easier to use Paydock from any of the .Net based languages and deals with a lot of the plumbing necessary to make the HTTP calls. You can pull this down through nuget (.Net 4.0, .Net Core) and the code …

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How do Australians pay?

A recent survey by the RBA (Reserve Bank of Australia) detailing records about every transactions individuals made for a week, as well as value, payment method, channel (online or in person) and type of merchant provided key information about Australian payments preferences and attitudes. Cards Australia is among the top-ten non cash markets in the …

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2017 World Payments Report Summary

The World Payments Report reported that global non cash transaction volumes grew 11.2% during 2014-15 to reach 433.1 billion, the highest growth of the past decade, and slightly above last year’s prediction. Developing nations increased global non-cash transaction share, with two regions in particular fuelling this growth. Asian countries experienced impressive growth in non-cash transactions …

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How To Be A Gateway Ninja

What are the current problems surrounding gateway integration? Talking to some of our payments advisors, we found that common problems faced by developers surrounding the integration of gateways include:   Upfront cost Different technologies used by each gateway Each gateway has its own API (eg REST, SOAP) as well as a different required data and …

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A Quick Guide to the Advantages of Recurring Payments

What are recurring payments? Recurring payments are automatic payments deducted from a credit card or bank account on an agreed schedule (e.g. daily, weekly, monthly). Recurring payments are useful for a wide range of payments – such as subscriptions for magazines, membership clubs and utilities bills. What are the advantages for merchants? Decreases late or …

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PayDock and Round Table Apps Help SumoSalad Win QSR Media Award

PayDock would like to congratulate SumoSalad on winning Best Innovation in the Health Category at the prestigious QSR Media Detpak Awards for its My Sumo app! Launched in January 2017, the app allows customers to create and pay for their own salads and wraps before picking them up in-store. When designing, SumoSalad needed to ensure …

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PayDock Exhibits at B2B Technology Conference CeBIT Sydney!

Right off the back of our Inside Retail exhibition, we haven’t stopped moving.We’re proud to announce that we will be exhibiting at CeBIT Australia, the largest and longest running technology conferences in Australia. CeBIT Australia is a B2B technology conference held at the beautiful ICC Sydney on the 23rd of May to the 25th of May. Here is …

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Simpler Development With Our PayDock .Net SDK Release

  It’s now even easier for developers working with .Net to drop PayDock into your payments ecosystem. PayDock has just released its .Net Software Development Kit providing a low friction development experience on .Net.   Find our SDK on Nuget – https://www.nuget.org/packages/PaydockSdk   At PayDock, we want to be an active part of the developer …

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More Powerful API Documentation For Your Developers

We’ve made eliminating payments pain even easier for ecommerce retailers and online transactors with our better looking and more user friendly developer documentation. Jump over to https://docs.paydock.com/ to experience a refreshed user interface, comprehensive code snippets and intuitive user experience on top of the same easy-to-digest information on navigating the PayDock API, Paydock.js and iFrame …

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Customer Defined Retry Logic

One of the most costly aspects of running a SaaS, member-based or Not-for-Profit organisation is the cost of failed payment management. We’ve seen extreme cases where it’s been cheaper to write payments off as bad debts, rather than chase, such is the cost. We’d like to solve that problem for you. PayDock helps with our …

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Welcome Scott

We are proud and excited to welcome Scott Lingard as Head of Partnerships at PayDock. Continuing our vision to radically support merchants and service providers who seek to provide customers payments freedom, Scott brings great passion and experience. Scott is a recognised figure in the Australian payments industry, successfully operating as the Head of Partners at …

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How To Integrate PayPal Express Checkout With PayDock

We’re putting even more power back in the merchants’ hand with our PayPal Express Checkout integration. Merchants on PayDock and using PayPal as their payment gateway can now use PayPal Express Checkout as an integrated service for smoother consumer purchasing experiences. Merchant now have the power to deliver seamless checkout experiences and create new revenue all the …

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PayDock Product Update: July 2016

Gateway Tuning Configuration Capability We love how involved our customers are in PayDock. One of the most frequent requests we hear has been, “I’ve connected my gateways, but now I’d like to tune the behaviour of each of those gateway connections.” This may be configurable field mapping or the ability to utilise certain, gateway-specific functions and features as you choose. …

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PayDock ‘Orta’: New subscription capabilities + more

More than just your average recurring engine While many services have the ‘recurring’ sticker, we strive to deliver the kind of recurring you can build your business on. We’ve now extended our subscription engine to include some fancy (and handy) termination logic. This means you can, as of today, build products and services that create new opportunities for …

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