The 2-click @Pay API is a lightweight code base that can be added to your application as quickly as possible. By following our published, well-documented examples, you’ll be up to speed in no time and have 2-click Web and Email Checkouts available as a payment option in your application.
Many thanks to Dan Mayfield and fellow staff at the Albuquerque Business First for their article about @Pay! With so much happening in the New Mexico tech world, we are so appreciative to have had the chance to share our story. View the full article here.
In a previous post, we shared four ways to conquer email. Expanding on this topic, we wondered if there was anyone creating innovative new ways to use email altogether. Here, we’ll share the most innovative things we’ve found that people are doing with email. 1. Email as a personal assistant – There are several companies trying to create this experience,
We’re ecstatic to announce a new milestone in our partnership with Roadrunner Food Bank. They just received a $5,000 donation via @Pay’s Email Checkout technology. This large donation is an extraordinary gift to New Mexico’s communities and an achievement for @Pay. In the past 17 months Roadrunner Food Bank has been an amazing partner. They are a true pioneer of
Finding an agile development process for the @Pay team has been a bit of a Goldilocks challenge. We settled on a modified Scrum that was “just right” for us—light enough for the programmers and solid enough for management.
Email has been around for 40 years – for the most part, unchanged. The avg. person spends up to 30% of their work day sorting. How do we sort email better?
Vowing to end hunger ain’t small potatoes. Yet that’s exactly what New Mexico’s Roadrunner Food Bank signed onto 33 years ago. @Pay is proud to be an ally in the most recent chapter of Roadrunner’s history. Over the past 18 months, we’ve enhanced email campaigns for the state’s largest food bank with two-click Email Checkout. It’s a partnership we’re thrilled
In the online world, paranoia often wins over personal service as people are treated more and more like potential threats. But @Pay is developing new ways to balance caution with common sense.
As an avid traveler, I’m used to taking off my shoes in the name of security. But I often find myself wondering why flying can’t be both safe and not a complete pain — and if maybe, there’s a way to have both.
As we all move deeper into mobile with the proliferation of smartphones and tablet devices, eyes are turning toward the companies that facilitate transactions on these new platforms. Security is bubbling the forefront and will continue to occupy consumers’ minds as they participate more and more in mobile-enabled services. In the beginning, we saw an opportunity to use the most