API Integration

PayZang offers API integration which enhances the other services we provide to boost non-profit productivity. Potential donors can now send contributions to your payment gateway through the Web or an Internet-connected mobile device and receive a fast XML response. Since just about everyone carries a mobile phone, this feature makes it simple to capture and process donations at a charity event or a fundraiser.

The technology behind API integration sounds complicated, but PayZang’s developers have made it easy to integrate your all of your applications with the same functionality we offer through our Internet services. Essentially, API technology integrates with mobile device and Web apps, turning your Smartphone, tablet or computer into a donation acceptance terminal.
More About API Integration

The PayZang API technology for non-profit use consists of two main elements to enhance eCheck processing, ACH, and credit card processing. Both elements share a common interface making it easy to choose the API that best meets your needs. Our customer service and development team provides API support on major systems like Windows (XP, Vista and Windows 7), Mac operating systems and Linux systems and language support for C, C#, Java script, Java, Perl, Visual Basic, PHP and more.
Below are the components we currently offer to assist with charitable giving.

Donor Profile Setup: Securely configure your donor profiles with payment information, recurring donation schedules and additional pertinent information. As an added measure of security, you can store this data on PCI compliant PayZang payment systems instead of on your mobile device or computer.

Donations by Card: Integrate API with your applications to accept and process donations made with credit or debit cards from any location. You can accept both card present and card not present contributions as well as create recurring donation schedules.

Donations by eCheck: This component functions like our card donation API to accept contributions directly from the donor’s checking or savings account with the ACH (Automated Clearing House) system.