SecureNet Simplifies Payment Integration with Launch of Single Stack of APIs
SecureNet is introducing new API integrations to its innovative payment platform. Now, developers using SecureNet have access to a single stack of APIs, allowing integration for all types of transactions, in all development languages, across all channels. Merchants using SecureNet’s APIs are able to tokenize data, ensuring secure and safe transactions.
SecureNet’s single stack of APIs support card-present, card-not-present and ACH transactions so developers can avoid using different processors, versions or stacks, resulting in shorter integration timelines and simpler certification processes. The new API enhancements offer the same feature-rich functionality, including end-to-end encryption for encrypted card readers, PIN entry and signature capture devices and secure card store in the SecureNet Vault for recurring billing with additional unique benefits including:
- Allowing developers to integrate one set of APIs across all channels – point-of-sale, mobile and online;
- Allowing developers to use all contemporary development languages, including JSON, Ruby, Python, .NET, JAVA and PHP;
- Allowing developers to tokenize card data at the point of acceptance, ensuring merchant servers do not touch consumer card data;
- Applying RESTful Web services architecture, allowing the platform to be used for integration by any type of iOS or Android mobile application; and
- Instant Sandbox access with new, developer-friendly documentation center and sample code.
“We’ve heard from developers who are frustrated that their choices have been limited by the industry’s legacy offerings,” said Brent Warrington, CEO of SecureNet. “The developers we talk to don’t want to choose between single-channel APIs that lack scalability and complex multi-channel APIs that require a time-intensive integration. It’s important to SecureNet to provide developers with a better solution that allows for any type of transaction in any environment through a single stack of APIs.”