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- Product UpdatePublished 01.02.24
Q4 2023 Finix Product Update: Elevating Your Payment ExperienceWelcome to the latest Finix quarterly product update! In Q4 2023, we pushed the boundaries of payment innovation to bring you features that simplify processes and empower your business's growth. Check out the key highlights below.
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Q4 2023 Finix Product Update: Elevating Your Payment Experience
Welcome to the latest Finix quarterly product update! In Q4 2023, we pushed the boundaries of payment innovation to bring you features that simplify processes and empower your business's growth. Check out the key highlights below.
Q3 2023 Product Update: Powerful New Insights & Payment Tools
Power more possibilities with additional dashboard analytics, new tools to accept online payment information with less code, and more in-person payment terminals.
Q2 Product Update - Dozens of New Data Insights & Analytics in the Finix Dashboard
Payments is so much more than transactions. New insights have started rolling out in your dashboard to help your business’s accounting, revenue, operational, and compliance management.
Q1 Product Update: New Features and Payment Solutions for Merchant Businesses and Online Marketplaces
In the first quarter of 2023, we re-packaged our payment solution to support tech-savvy merchant businesses and online marketplaces. With Finix, these businesses can expect reliable, configurable payments acceptance at a competitive price. We’ve also introduced several new features and user enhancements in our payments dashboard including all new user management capabilities, webhook event logs, an ACH fee cap, as well as new in-person payment terminal choices and more.
Finix Q4 Product Update
Building Modern Payments for the Present and Future
More Ways to Accept In-Person Payments Than Ever
Finix is further expanding its In-Person Payment offerings, rolling out more software development kits and APIs to pair with a suite of point-of-sale payment terminals from multiple manufacturers. The best part? Only a single integration is required.