Onymos, the developers behind the Features-as-a-Serivce (FaaS) platform, is launching its new payment functionality to alleviate common obstacles encountered when integrating payment functionality into applications.
The FaaS platform helps accelerate application development and design, accompanied by a suite of over 20 application features that can be integrated into new or existing applications; this latest addition targets payment integration speed, reduced implementation costs, security and compliance, and reduced payment gateway maintenance resources.
“While payment functionality can be found in nearly every application today, from e-commerce to streaming, it is one of the most complicated and expensive features for businesses to integrate. This requires significant time from engineering teams, as well as legal, security and compliance experts during development and integration,” said Shiva Nathan, Founder and CEO of Onymos. “As part of our platform, payment functionality has been pre-developed to simplify all development, integration and maintenance processes for businesses. This includes security and compliance, basic ongoing maintenance , updates from payment, operating system, hardware and cloud providers, and more.
The payment functionality includes several features that improve the integration of payments with applications, thereby improving the end user experience. Several payment methods, such as Apple Pay, Google Pay, PayPal, debit/credit cards and Automated Clearing House (ACH) transfers, are supported by Onymos. The service also offers one-time and recurring subscription payment options, as well as optimized refund processes. Onymos security, which maintains industry-leading practices through pre-developed and continually updated enterprise-grade security measures, ensures that its implementation is as safe as it is effective. Additionally, the payment function helps comply with Payment Card Industry (PCI) Guidelines, Data Security Standard (DSS) and Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE).
Onymos eases the application development and design process so that DevOps can focus their talent on areas of the business where they can drive success, instead of wasting time building and managing application functionality long and intensive manually, depending on the company.
Nathan continued, “At Onymos, we tell you that there is a better way, a revolutionary way, to develop applications. You don’t need to focus or worry about building and maintaining core functionality, you can generate business value elsewhere.
For more information on Onymos’ FaaS platform and payment functionality, please visit https://onymos.com/.