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Embedded Payments and Frictionless Merchant Onboarding
A crucial part of integrating payments into your SaaS platform is the merchant onboarding experience. After all, it’s one of the first experiences your customers have on your platform. And you know what they say about first impressions! That’s why gaining more control over payments is so important. In this blog, you’ll learn all about the ways you can onboard merchants at Finix and how it enhances your customer’s experience.
Lowering Payment Processing Rates with Level 2 and Level 3 Processing
Payment processing fees are a given for any business that accepts credit and debit cards—there’s just no getting around it. So, it should come as no surprise that everyone’s on the hunt for better rates. Luckily, there’s a set of criteria that allows certain merchant types some wiggle room in interchange rates: Level 2 and level 3 (L2/L3) processing. This is good news for SaaS platforms, but you’ll have to do a little work to get these preferable rates. This blog breaks down what’s involved
Join us for a SaaStr mixer
Finix and Unit have come together to host this event for peers from SaaS and Fintech. Come by the Finix HQ for an evening of socializing and learning, happening between 6 and 9pm on Monday, September 12th.
Payments Bootcamp: Integrated Payments for SaaS Companies
Join Finix to learn about why you should consider embedded fintech for your SaaS platform, why payments is the right first step, and how to get started!
Join us for a happy hour in Chicago!
We’ll be in Chicago to meet SaaS professionals, payments nerds and partners in person. If you're in the area, sign up to come by for drinks, light eats and networking.
Why You Should Be Accepting Alternative Payment Methods
In the last several years, we’ve seen a massive spike in online purchases, whereas cash transactions have taken a dive in the opposite direction. Historically, the go-to payment types fueling the surge in digital purchases have been credit and debit cards, but they’ve seen their own market shares dip a little thanks to the new(ish) kid on the block—alternative payments. These “kids” are starting to give cards a true “run for their money.” Why is this important? Because alternative payment methods (APMs) help increase payment volume and conversion rates, especially on mobile devices—which in turn, drives more revenue.