+ Twenty new shop plug-ins: easy integration with all popular online shops
+ Expanded test environment, even more payment methods and now 15 currencies to choose from
+ Presentation of the new Payengine on 6 and 7 March 2018 at Internet World:
Hall A6, Stand D114
Eschborn, 28 February 2018. Only six months after the official start, Eschborn-based full-service payment provider Concardis has already significantly expanded its new multichannel platform Payengine: Twenty new shop plug-ins now enable integration into all popular online shop systems. Retailers now also benefit from a comprehensive test environment for the entire check-out process. With 15 currencies and all major national and international payment options, the new Payengine offers retailers in German-speaking Europe a truly complete solution for e- and m-commerce.
‘Today, the market and the technology are developing too fast to put a “final” version of a payment solution like the Payengine on the market. We have a highly scalable software architecture which we continue to develop, flexibly and on an ongoing basis – according to the needs of our customers and with very short release cycles,’ says Christoph Jung, Vice President of the eCommerce Competence Center at Concardis. Since its launch in September 2016, the new Payengine has now been expanded by more than 20 attractive services and functions.
‘Customers are convinced by our solution for e- and m-commerce: more than 5,000 retailers rely on the new Payengine already,’ says Jung. One of the most popular Payengine features is Paylink, a payment link that leads to an individual online payment page and that can be easily sent via email, text message, WhatsApp or social media channels.
For retailers, the great advantage of Payengine lies in the innovative concept of the platform: Payengine brings together the various business processes of the individual payment methods that can be used online into one uniform and easy-to-understand structure. Transactions in e- and m-commerce and those conducted via Paylink all run through one channel. This enables retailers to keep track of their payments in real time and to follow the progress of all payments through to final settlement. Even refund transfers can be managed conveniently using Payengine.
The functions of the new Concardis Payengine will be presented at Internet World in Munich on 6 and 7 March. The e-commerce experts of Concardis will answer all your questions about the product at Stand D114 in Hall A6.