PAYMENT MODULES AND PLUG-INS

Payment modules and plug-ins: fast integration into shop systems

Our payment plug-ins facilitate fast and easy integration of over 200 payment methods into all important shop systems. No programming knowledge is required for this. Our Technical Support team is on hand to answer your questions and offer you free-of-charge assistance in and around the integration. You can also find most of the information in our documentation.

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Plug-ins for the most popular shop systems

Our plug-ins can be easily integrated into the backend of the most commonly used shop systems.

Plug-ins for many other shop systems

We have payment modules available for numerous other shop systems. These can be integrated into existing environments without the need for programming knowledge.

Optional integration via REST API

We offer the option to use our sophisticated REST API when integrating the shop systems listed below. This provides you with access to over 15 national and international payment types. The interface also supports payment processing for subscriptions.

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Salesforce Commerce Cloud

SAP Commerce Cloud

Commercetools

IBM WebSphere Commerce

Odoo

Individual-Entwicklung

How the integration works in detail

Technical tutorials

In our tutorials, we describe in detail how you can integrate our payment modules into your shop system. You can find the technical documentation and answers to the most important technical questions here.

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Integrate solutions individually

We offer you personal and individual consulting on how you can integrate our solutions optimally into your existing environment.

Integrate solutions quickly and conveniently

Our uncomplicated onboarding process familiarises you with our solutions quickly, so you can get everything up and running right away.

FAQs on this topic

What is a shop system?

A shop system is the software basis with which an online shop can be created. It is the prerequisite, forms the framework and is expandable thanks to its modular design. A shop system typically includes the following basic components: a shop database with product information, an administration database, presentation systems, a payment gateway, a web tracking system and often further tools.

What are the most commonly used shop systems?

Among others, the shop systems most commonly used in the market include Magento, Shopware, Oxid eSales, JTL or plentymarkets. Our payment modules can be integrated into all of these systems with just a few mouse-clicks.

What is Shopware?

Shopware is the modular online shop system offered by the company of the same name. It was first launched in 2004 as open source software. Online retailers can use Shopware to design their shop both flexibly and freely. Just like Magento, the online shop system is co-designed by a large community.