Shopping Carts and Online Payments
Pony Club bookings
We have developed a couple of Pony Club websites where members are able to book events online and pay via Paypal.
This allows the pony club to get the money in straight away instead of having to chase people up for cheques etc.
Even if you don't have a specific product to sell you may want to take online payments - a subscription site for example
Nowadays, it is much easier than you might think to incorporate a shopping basket and an online payment facility into your site
There are many ways that you can take payments online but two of the most popular are listed below
- Worldpay - Offers several types of account for all sizes of business but you'll pay a set up fee and an annual fee as well as a percentage per transaction. Typically used by larger web sites.
- Paypal - Typically the choice of smaller and start up businesses as there are no upfront or ongoing fees. The percentage per transaction however is higher than Worldpay - about 3.5% plus a 20p charge per transaction.
Over the last few years we've worked on projects which use Paypal, Google Checkout, Worldpay, Sagepay, HSBC, ePDQ and Cardsave.
As we have done quite a few integrations, we don't need to start from scratch so you'll find the cost is very reasonable. Remember also that our content management system can include an e-commerce module if needed