Mobile Commerce

Yapital Improves Online Checkout Concept with SellXed

The plug-in can be downloaded instantly, and can be easily integrated into the online shop system without requiring additional programming.

It will now be easier for owners of an online shop to use the cross-channel payment solution Yapital into their payment portfolio. With sellXed, the software portal for online shops by customweb, suitable Yapital modules for online shops of all sizes and across virtually any interface are now available.

“Easy to use and for any occasion – that is exactly what we have designed Yapital to be. There is virtually nothing faster and easier than paying by QR code scan, no matter whether you are buying in-store, on a mobile device, by invoice or online,” Nils Winkler, Chairman of the Board of Yapital said. “We are very pleased that all online shop owners can now offer their customers the innovative and intuitive payment option of Yapital. And integration really couldn’t be easier than with the sellXed module by customweb.”

The plug-in can be downloaded instantly, and can be easily integrated into the online shop system without requiring additional programming.

With just a few clicks, online retailers can add the payment experience to their online checkout system. Consumers can then pay in a fast, easy and convenient way by simply scanning a QR code with their Yapital App on the smartphone or by entering the Yapital user name and password. Payments are guaranteed and the money is transferred in real time.

 

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