One payment provider, 80 payment methods: With Ogone, we have added yet another secure Internet payment system to your ePages online shop. Once your provider updates you to ePages version 6.14, you can integrate the service into your shop and offer it to your customers. Find out more about Ogone below– and how to make the necessary changes to your settings.
This new video shows you the different payment methods that you can choose when using our new online shop software, ePages version 6.14. →
In this video – the sixth in our series – we will teach you how to implement the shipping methods of your online shop. →
If you use PayPal as a payment method in your shop, you may have been experiencing some problems lately. To find out how you can solve them, read our article below. →
Chase Paymentech Europe has announced results from a national survey exploring the challenges faced by UK firms in ‘Customer Not Present’ (CNP) payments. Western European online retail sales are projected to grow 11 percent to reach £153 billion by 2014. On a regional level, several key European countries have seen record growth above the UK’s growth of 160 percent over the past few years: examples include Spain at 199 percent and both France and Italy at 181 percent. Martijn Werdler, Commercial Director at Docdata Payments takes a look at the impact on payments for cross border e-commerce. →
The last critical phase of the holiday shopping season has begun. For online merchants, it is now or never to reach all those who haven’t decided yet and steel need a last minute gift for a their loved ones. So what’s for you to do in the last week before the Christmas holidays? The ePages blog gives answers. →
In challenging economic times, every last euro counts. A lot of customers hesitate to make purchases. So why not boost your sales by allowing customers to pay by instalments. Let us show you how.
Customers like to save money on shipping costs and are often prepared to purchase additional items to qualify for free shipping. But it is important that they are well informed about when those costs for shipping no longer apply. To do this, use the delivery method "Exemption limit" which is available to you in your ePages shop as of version 6.08.
You have set up your shop, taken it live, and created marketing measures. It will not be long until the first orders arrive for you to process. Your shop system will help you with processing, payments, and shipping (article based on ePages version 6.11).
After setting up, tailoring the design, and entering your stock, you must establish payment options for your customers. Your ePages shop system will help you via preconfigured links to numerous payment providers and diverse price options (article based on ePages version 6.11).