Ogden, Utah – PDCflow announces the recent release of QR code payment portal links and Flow requests. To enhance the customer experience and encourage faster, easier payments, PDCflow now offers the ability to generate a QR code that instantly directs customers to your payment portal or a Flow request’s unique URL.
Merchants can print a QR code on letters, estimates, billing statements, or other communications with consumers. When a payer scans the QR code with a smartphone, the URL will load so they can quickly complete the request and submit payment.
This functionality makes paying easier. With QR code payments:
- No more typing in a long URL - if a customer mistypes your payment web address, this increases the chances of an abandoned payment. Take them directly where they need to go for the fastest payment possible.
- No need to navigate the website - making consumers navigate your website to find a payment portal is another step that can cause lost payments.
- No need to remember login information - all customers need is a smartphone. When they scan a QR code, your portal can load and be ready for consumers to pay or the unique Flow URL can load and be ready for the recipient to enter the shared PIN to make their payment.
Available through the PDCflow platform or integration, this feature enhances business processes and gives customers more flexibility in their payment options.
PDCflow is a payment gateway that empowers organizations to engage consumers through digital communication and payment channels. With patented FLOW Technology, the software gives businesses flexibility and control over the secure delivery and capture of business transactions, including payments, signatures, photos and documents through digital channels.
Flexible and customizable APIs allow platforms to easily integrate, giving their users the ability to accept payments through multiple channels and electronic communication methods while keeping their software out of PCI scope. Integrators save on the cost and time of PCI compliance while still having control over their user experience.
Programming and customer operations for PDCflow’s national client base have been completed in-house in Ogden, Utah, since the company’s founding in 2003. Find out more about PDCflow at https://www.pdcflow.com/.