Payment Gateway - Shopping Cart Compatibility List
Please review our payment gateway shopping cart compatibility list to see if your specific shopping cart seamlessly integrates into our payment platform. We currently have well over 100 shopping carts integrated and are continuously updating the list with new partners, ISVs and SAAS relationships to give you the absolute best payment platform for you all your payment processing needs. Please check back occasionally or give us a call should you not see what you are looking for. It is very possible we have an integration that has not made the list or we can possibly assist you with a custom payment solution should you not find what you are looking for.
When thinking about setting up an eCommerce shopping cart solution for your small business, it is important to consider a few of basic questions that may help you to purchase the right shopping cart for your online business. Always make sure to cross reference our cart compatibility list to insure we have an integration or a plug in.
Before purchasing a shopping cart solution, we recommend that you consider thinking about your target market and the various cart integrations available for your specific vertical. This is important because it may help you decide which cart will work best for your customers. Consider a variety of questions about your target market including whether your customers are internet savvy or if they need a lot of direction and guidance to buy a product online?
It is also important to check out your competitor eCommerce platforms. Often times they have done research about your target market and understand the needs of your customers. This may help you with your own website if you take the time to write down the strengths and weaknesses of the cart of your competitor.
Make sure your shopping cart addresses the needs of your customers. If the shopping cart can not help to quickly answer your customer questions, you may lose them. It is often best to include web standards when building the website. Web standards are eCommerce work flows that customers are familiar with. If you try to change how a customer goes through the standard checkout process, you could lose quite a bit of revenue. Your shopping cart integration needs to be as easy to integrate and your checkout process needs to be as easy as possible for your customers to complete.