PayPal has confirmed integration with ECOMMPAY to pilot the PayPal Commerce Platform.
Launched in 2019, the platform is designed to work with other tech platforms, payment networks, banks, and merchants – all of whom share a similar vision to make payments easy, reduce friction, and create hassle-free experiences for merchants and customers.
The partnership between PayPal and ECOMMPAY offers clients a broader selection of payment options and exclusive payment technologies within one API.
The benefit for business is clear: with one integration, merchants can customise the payments experience using whichever tools, services, or commerce solutions they require.
“Our partnership with PayPal grants us the chance to be the first payment service provider on their new Commerce Platform,”
explains Olga Karablina, Partner Team Lead at ECOMMPAY.
“This means our clients, particularly those from the travel and hospitality sector, will have unique access to a wider portfolio of payment methods within one API.”
ECOMMPAY offers PayPal worldwide. Clients are able to accept payments from 286 million PayPal customers in over 100 currencies and across 200 markets. To integrate the payment system, clients must either have a PayPal Business account or register an account through ECOMMPAY.
Merchants integrated with ECOMMPAY’s GATE2025 can integrate PayPal’s Commerce Platform through the same API.