5 Reasons to Use the Payfirma Payment API for eCommerce

eCommerce website sales are growing at a tremendous rate as more businesses are looking online to sell their products. Payfirma has made updates to our eCommerce solutions to deliver a payment API documentation that’s user-friendly and approachable. The new Payfirma Developers Center is a knowledge hub for learning how to use our payment API on your eCommerce website. You’ll find the payment API docs in multiple code languages, sample use-cases, and descriptions of the different types of transactions you can do.

Along with a new Plugins page, we’ve focused on making our payment API documentation easy to find, readable and effortless to integrate with. We’re committed to growing a developer community and offering not just the simplest online payment solutions, but the best.

Our payment API now offers a great variety of payment solutions for any online website or module. Take a look at a few reasons why you should use the Payfirma payment API for your eCommerce site:


Transactions always require SSL connections, we also offer optional point-to-point client side encryption and authentication through a public key system.


From the desktop to your phone, our payment API supports the web in all its forms, send from any language that supports HTTP requests.


Perform basic transactions while saving customer records, even the ability to store credit card details. Start processing your first transactions after your integration using shopping carts, CRM systems, and just about any other system you can imagine.

A Proven Platform

The payment API is just one way of managing your payments. PayHQ provides a means of reporting and working with all other Payfirma products including Web Terminal and Mobile HQ.

Always evolving!

We love hearing from you, no matter what it is. We want to hear your ideas; for plugins or features.

Payfirma’s payment API for eCommerce is available now at developers.payfirma.com Create a demo account and try it out. We’re always around if you’ve got any questions.