GATE2025: How ECOMMPAY reimagined the payment gateway

The desire to simplify the transaction process continues to drive innovation for ECOMMPAY, for whom GATE2025 has become the latest weapon in its payment service arsenal.

Earlier this year, ECOMMPAY launched GATE2025, a processing platform which combines acquiring capabilities, 100+ alternative payment methods, mass payouts, and technological innovation within a single, seamless integration.

It has been designed for fast, easy and convenient access, targeting increased conversion, enhanced security and more efficient operations for the various parties engaging with the platform, including eCommerce specialists, business owners and consumers.

For the e-Commerce specialists working on behalf of business owners, GATE2025 features an intuitive interface with adaptable settings including a native software development kit (SDK) for mobile applications to create an omnichannel experience.

As payment interfaces are integrated directly into merchant websites, there is no need for redirection to external payment pages or the use of iframe. The payment page itself can be branded in the merchant’s corporate style, facilitating an uninterrupted transaction process.

Meanwhile, for business owners it facilitates easy access to crucial information including the quick generation of analytical reports, while the consumer is then free to enjoy a seamless customer journey across multiple devices.

Paul Marcantonio, Head of UK/Western Europe at ECOMMPAY, said: “The groundbreaking software, built using microservice architecture, which increases performance by dividing responsibilities among various applications comprising a suite of interdependent elements, reduces transaction costs for merchants while ensuring a convenient, intuitive, omnichannel user experience for customers.

“Furthermore, its architecture permits its capabilities to be continuously expanded by connecting additional services, meaning more opportunities for an increase in transaction volumes, as well as an improved quality of processing.”

Prior to its launch, ECOMMPAY completed extensive load testing to improve performance. When compared to its predecessor, GATE2025 proved to be 3.8 times as powerful.

Marcantonio concluded: “Though migration of clients to GATE2025 is still underway, the merchants already working with ECOMMPAY’s newest payment gateway have unanimously praised its speed, convenience, and capabilities.”

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