Spreedly on Tuesday (Nov. 9) debuted a gateway certification program that gives payment service providers (PSPs) and gateway partners a new way to integrate their offerings with the Spreedly Payments Orchestration platform and payments ecosystem.

Spreedly-certified payment service providers can use the gateway certification program to help their customers gain access to their services more quickly through a single API, and merchants can initiate the offering within days of joining the program.

“Today, over 10,000 merchants connect to over 120 PSPs via our Payments Orchestration platform,” said Daniel Scagnelli, director of solutions and services with Spreedly, in the company announcement. “Our aim is to welcome more payments participants to this rapidly growing ecosystem. With so many gateways wanting to integrate with Spreedly, as well as merchant and platform organizations asking their gateway partners to integrate, we made it easy to integrate and get to market.”

Related news: Payments Platform Spreedly Teams With Stripe Connect to Improve Onboarding

Spreedly recently announced it will offer seamless onboarding to the Stripe Connect platform, which will add better fraud protection and other enhancements, including access to Stripe Radar and alternative payment methods.

Also see: MODO, Spreedly Join Forces to Bolster Digital Banking in Argentina

Spreedly is also backing digital wallet firm MODO’s more than 35 bank partners across Argentina to help shoppers in that country connect all their bank accounts and payment cards.

MODO offers money transfers, money requests and QR code payments, along with the ability to access all accounts and cards in a single app. Spreedly captures and stores payment information securely for its hundreds of customers, with more than $30 billion of yearly transaction volumes, and helps the merchant integrate the offered services in one platform.

In August, Spreedly reported a 300% year-over-year increase in its fraud prevention services.



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