The checkout page is the final stop for customers shopping on your website. It’s the place where they finally part with their hard-earned cash and pay for the goods or services you provide.
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PaymentsOS allows you to save a customer’s card information, so that customers do not need to re-enter their payment details each time they want to initiate a transaction on your site.
Payment managers can optimize a payment flow by configuring a set of rules that determine how each payment is handled.
Multi-seller payments refers to a business model in which you allow multiple sellers to sell their products on your platform. This business model is also known as a ‘marketplace’ where your platform brings together buyers and sellers of a certain good or service. A travel marketplace, for instance, can host multiple sellers such as hotels, rental car companies, and entertainment sites. Buyers can check out once from that marketplace with items from multiple sellers.
Your account balance represents the cumulative amount of funds held on your behalf, collected from successful customer transactions. Payouts, in turn, refer to the process of transferring these accumulated funds from your account balance to your designated bank account. With PayU, you can effortlessly monitor your account balance and track your payouts for each provider processing your transactions.
Think of the PaymentsOS Control Center as a cockpit from where you manage and monitor the payments passing through your account. The Control Center provides a feature-rich user interface through which you can monitor how your payments are performing, configure payment routing rules, manage user access and more.