Launching Payment Plugin to integrate a Bank API

Are you planning to go online this Christmas season? Then Payment Module is one of the important things without it you can’t dream of providing a suitable way for your customers to complete the shopping.

I’ve developed a number of PrestaShop Payment Modules in the past which includes the Bancard Payment Gateway Module, NMI Payment Gateway Module, Payment Express Module and much more. You can use any one among these to process credit card transactions and enable seamless payment processing.

Payment Processing, Payment Gateways and their Integration remains one of my favorite subjects. Read my blog on choosing the right Payment Option for your Store The more I work on it the more exciting it seems for me.

Few days backs, before the Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sales, one of my clients came up with an urgent requirement of a PrestaShop module that allows him to integrate an Bank API and receive payments for the PrestaShop store.

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I developed this plugin with user-friendly configuration screens so that my client don’t have to face any trouble while receiving payment. Even the installation is very easy and it takes just a couple of seconds to complete.

The task began with developing an admin section that allows to configure the parameters for the Bank. The plugin transfers the customers to bank site for making payment. Once the payment has been successfully done, the details are saved in the database and a message is displayed to the customer. The is compatible with PrestaShop 1.5 and all the higher versions.

If you need any such Payment plugin for your site, then contact me. I’m here to make the process seamless so that you can focus on other important stuff.

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