Moneris® has created a new payment API that allows developers to build solutions in both Canada and the U.S. via one consolidated package. This Unified API means less work for developers and broader application for merchants.
A simpler solution
The new enhanced payment API allows developers to build payment acceptance solutions from both Canada and the U.S. using one point of entry. This means there is no longer a need for developers to track which URLs they connect to, instead developers just need to select the country and environment (testing or production) they are attempting to connect to.
The new API saves developers time and makes integration simpler. Developers will only need to develop once to enable transactions for both Canada and the U.S., and only have to download one integration guide for the API.
Same great features and more
Moneris’ new payments API maintains all the current features of the Canadian and U.S. APIs, while increasing functionality through new features. The API includes all card-not-present transactions for:
For Moneris Gift and Loyalty, enhanced data for corporate card processing (Level 2/3), Apple Pay® and for our integrated PINpad solutions, please refer to the specific API for that solution.
Change is good
While we recommend upgrading to the new Moneris consolidated payments API to have access to the latest and greatest features, we recognize that this change may not be possible or right for all merchants at the moment. Moneris does not have a set deadline for developers to move to the new API. While new features will only be added to the consolidated API, we will continue to support the separate Canadian and U.S. APIs.
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