If you’re worried that you might not be able to handle the integration of a payment processing API, have no fear. PayZang will work with you every step of the way to make certain you achieve the results you desire. To get you more comfortable with using our sample code and developing your own unique product, PayZang offers this simple-to-use guide for integrating and implementing your finished product.
Who Can Use This Guide?
Anyone who wishes to work with our API will find this guide useful as it details the process for users comfortable with coding. Specifically, we recommend this process for:
New customers who wish to create and integrate a payment gateway with their existing payment processing system
People who are currently using a payment gateway and wish to modify their delivery method and/or their messages
During the integration process you will complete these stages:
Defining the delivery method
Defining the messages
Most of the clients with whom we work have had the greatest success with the integration process by assigning an integration project manager. We highly recommend that our clients assign someone to oversee their integration project.
Project Management Best Practices
For larger organizations, a full-time project manager typically handles integration projects, but some smaller organizations may assign the integration process to an employee who also handles other responsibilities. For best results, the person managing the integration process should be prepared to:
Create a comprehensive list of necessary tasks
Create and obtain a list of necessary resources (either full- or part-time)
Manage any staff assigned to the integration team to ensure on time task completion
Be available during the testing and go-live phases of the project to ensure that:
Testing is thorough and complete
Staff and team members are trained to use the new system
The go-live phase is handled efficiently and achieves success