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A journey in ProcessOut's mission control

2017 ends, it's time to say thank you!

by Jeremy Lejoux on

2017 has been an incredible year for ProcessOut. Since we launched the product and onboarded our first users in January so many great things happened. We learned a lot, visited lots of great countries & above all met amazing people! We’re so grateful to all of you who made 2017 such a special year for us. Year is coming to its end and we thought it was a good time to say “Thank You”.

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[Case Study] - WeLoveDevs.com’s CEO on recruiting & on payments

by Jeremy Lejoux on

Damien, you’re the founder of WeLoveDevs.com (former JeChercheUnDev.fr) . Can you tell us a bit more about your background, about this project and the reasons you started it? So we are now a grown company. We have helped 3000 developers in their quest for a better job over the last two years ! Our main mission is to help developers find a job they love. The developer’s hiring market is broken and all the solutions so far have been built by Recruiters.

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[Case study] - How recurring payments work at Logmatic.io

by Jeremy Lejoux on

Logmatic.io is a log manager platform. Whatever your tech stack, Logmatic.io helps you centralize and manage your logs and thus to be in a position to take smarter decisions based on those collected data. Few months ago, Logmatic.io started using Telescope, ProcessOut’s monitoring solution to optimize online payments. In the article, Amir, Logmatic’s CEO, share whith us its payment journey at Logmatic.io since the beginning of the company. He also explains the payment challenges he faced while scaling its business and why he decided to use Telescope by ProcessOut

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The Telescope project! Sharing is Caring!

by Gregoire Delpit on

The Telescope project = Build an intelligent payment analyst using machine learning & feed it with millions of transactions. At ProcessOut we help SaaS & eCommerce improve their payment flow. Whether we talk about payment fees or failed transactions, our objective is to drive those down. To demonstrate how this can be achieved and help online merchants optimise their payment flow we’ve released a free audit & monitoring tool for payments named Telescope.

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Interchange Plus pricing vs. Tiered pricing

by Gregoire Delpit on

In a recent post we went through the different layers that compose a payment fee (here). It’s time to talk about money. When it comes to payment fees, there are 2 main pricing models: Tiered and Interchange Plus. Here is a short overview of those 2 models and a quick way to start saving on fees. Tiered pricing is for newbies: Tiered pricing is pretty easy to understand. Your payment provider defines what is a standard transaction and each standard transaction is charged using the same formula.

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When data meets UX

by Jeremy Lejoux on

A few months ago we decided to completely redesign our dashboard. To do so we started from scratch using ReactJS and our API. Now that everything has been done, here are a few tips we would have liked having before getting into it. Data organization Most of the time when designing a dashboard you will want to display as much information as possible. It is important to keep in mind that when someone enters your dashboard he does not know where to look at first and might be looking for specific information.

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Payment fees at a glance

by Gregoire Delpit on

We are starting here a serie of posts on payment fees. The aim is to help you better understand how those fees are calculated and to give concrete insights in order to optimize those. Let’s start with the basics and talk about their different layers. To get paid… you have to pay: Payment fees are paid on a transaction per transaction basis. Most of the time online merchants are charged both a fixed fee and a % of the transaction.

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