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Keep up with the latest news and insights around Payment Facilitation and PayFac-as-a-Service.

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Interchange Plus pricing vs. flat rate pricing

If you know anything at all about credit card processing, you’ve probably heard the phrase “2.9% and 30 cents” as the “standard” pricing model for processing fees. Companies like Stripe, Square and Braintree have done an incredible job at making it seem like that is the best, most transparent and simplest pricing model available — […]

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Is your data portable?

One important question that every B2B software company should be asking before deciding on a payments partner is, is your data portable? And by that we mean, what happens if, for any reason known or unknown, at some point you decide to leave your current payment processor and move to another platform, can you bring […]

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Flexible billing and payment options

One of the major benefits to working with a payment facilitator is their unique ability to provide you with flexible billing and payments options. Especially if you are currently working with a legacy ISO processor, these options could not only help you make more money from processing payments, but get you your money quicker and […]

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Payment facilitation options for B2B software companies

For modern software companies, the appeal of payment facilitation is obvious. Instant onboarding for their merchants with a streamlined and frictionless process not only fits with your ideal product experience, but also allows you to add value for your customers. And when deciding to leverage the benefits of Payment Facilitation, you effectively have three choices.

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Improving the merchant onboarding experience

Tilled’s onboarding process is a seamless and frictionless experience for your customers, or as we refer to them, merchants. But what does seamless and frictionless really mean?

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