Now, its strong rival or competitor, Paystack, has followed in Flutterwave’s footsteps and launched its own eCommerce platform “Paystack Commerce”.
Making the announcement in a blogpost, Paystack says: “We believe that with the right tools, African creators can build – and do – incredible things.
“Again and again, we’ve seen our community leverage simple, powerful APIs for Collections, Disbursements, Identity Verification, and Reporting to build disruptive solutions across multiple industries.
“Today, we’re thrilled to expand those superpowers with Paystack Commerce, a collection of tools that helps African creators bring ideas to market, beautifully.”
Why Paystack Commerce is different
Paystack Commerce appears to be different and unique because of the beautiful and user-responsive templates for selling products and services.
The designs can be created with the fintech startup’s Product Links. A Product Link is a simple, high converting page for selling one product beautifully.
With a Product Link, you can
1.) Design an attractive product detail page with custom background colours, photos, videos, animated GIFs, and detailed product descriptions
2.) Collect shipping fees for different delivery options, and easily collect delivery addresses and delivery notes
3.) View and manage inventory and orders (eg. mark an order as delivered, change shipping details, etc)
4.) Track orders with the recently-announced Paystack Merchant app, and lots more!
5.) You also have access to the best commerce tools in the world with our ecosystem of integrations including Wix, Shopify, and Payment Forms for WordPress among others.
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