We are very pleased to announce that we now support integration with the PAYMILL payment gateway.
PAYMILL is one the most interesting options to emerge in the European payment space. They recently announced their fund raising and that has generated a lot of interest amongst startups. We’ve received a good number of inquiries on our readiness with PAYMILL and we are pleased to make it available.
There is so much anticipation and a bit of frustration in the market with a lot of innovation happening in the payment space in North America and most companies taking the US first approach. It is nice to see a competitor emerging from within Europe and taking the Europe first approach. We could all use some more competition in the payment space to elevate the overall quality of options available.
You may ask “What’s so special about PAYMILL?”
- are cost effective and don’t have a setup or monthly fee
- offer quick account activation and setup (2-3 days)
- support 34 countries (and counting) in Europe
- have a friendly customer support team
Read on for some interesting views from early adopters: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=5235183
So what does ChargeBee achieve by integrating with PAYMILL?
Well, for starters, European merchants do not have to wait for Stripe to arrive. Then there is the option of having multiple payment gateway support. So if you already have accounts with other payment gateways like WireCard or WorldPay and you’d like to try out PAYMILL, then we’ve got you covered.
When you integrate PAYMILL (or any other payment gateway for that matter) with ChargeBee you can expect:
ChargeBee + any payment gateway = gives you a Stripe-full integration experience
Right now ChargeBee supports all online credit card transactions via PAYMILL. And of course you can also keep track of all your offline payments in one place. We are looking forward to supporting ELV payments soon.
So if you were looking for an online recurring billing solution that supports the PAYMILL payment gateway, you need to look no further!
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