For multi-tenant platforms, single-tenant and on prem.
- White label Shuttle payments components
- Views and control over payments
- Merchant self-service capabilities
- Improved checkout conversion
- Always up to date, always compliant
— Supports one or many ‘applications’
— Team management and permissions
— SSO with Google
— Merchant stats and insight
— Configuration of experience, sandbox and live environments
— View of global payments availability
- Dynamic based on payments enabled
- Dynamic based on country
- Handles keys and OAuth
- Handles gateway options
- Basic payment routing rules
- Embeddable in product for merchants
- Views of transactions and status
- See end customers activity
- Available for customer service team
- Recurring payment management
- Refund UI
- Checkout and store card UI
- PCI DSS Level 1 compliant
- Dynamic multi-gateway support
- Handles all payment methods automatically
- Inline or pop-up or new window
- SCA compliant, 3DS flows handled natively
- Auth, capture, tokenise
- Express checkout module for BNPL etc
Our REST API is available with examples and best of breed, we have seen a few payments APIs y’know!
We don’t want you to have to always be coding new payments integrations so our API is separate from our configuration of payments and Shuttle experience.
The Payments Platform that’s ready to go.
“Shuttle has helped us deliver great payment solutions to our customers and have provided great support throughout.”
Gari Gono, Head of Solution – Instanda
Why use Shuttle vs build it yourself
We’re Payments Experts
So you don’t have to be.
Serious time and money is wasted by software platforms who build payments teams and attempt to support their customers payment requirements and issues, this is no longer a problem with Shuttle.
Your team can focus on what you do best and use Shuttle to deliver the gold standard in payments technology and support. We partner with PSPs to enable you and your customers effectively, driving growth and retention.
Payments are no longer just a necessity, they’re a differentiator.