Quick(er) Checkout with LevelUp & WooCommerce
Online retailers using e-commerce platform WooCommerce can now accept LevelUp payments.
The integration will likely be attractive to users of the e-commerce toolkit for WordPress thanks to LevelUp's flat 1.95 percent processing rate. The associated costs, of course, are far from the only reason to consider using LevelUp as an alternative payment option.
While LevelUp has not really enjoyed much as buy-in from consumers as the company initially hoped for when it was launched, there's no denying that the system is convenient (and efficient) for end-users/consumers. For example, once a LevelUp account is connected to a merchant, customers have the ability to remotely de-authenticate access to their account. What's more, when consumers use LevelUp to pay at authenticated merchants with its Quick Checkout feature, they can save an impressive amount of time (upward of 200 keystrokes from the checkout experience according to the company). That may be reason enough to explore a LevelUp integration (which happens to integrate with a variety of e-commerce platforms).
"We couldn't be more excited to partner with LevelUp and to get this product out to WooCommerce merchants. We are confident LevelUp will provide our users with more ways to save costs and increase revenue. It's all part of the WooCommerce mission to make e-commerce simple, powerful and profitable for our merchants," said Joel Bronkowski, Head of Business Development WooCommerce.
Footwear retailer Category Five is one of the first merchants to adopt LevelUp for their online store and leverage the power of quick checkout.
"Reducing the amount of info a customer submits at checkout is key to help us increase conversion," says Jeffrey Shuman, COO at Category Five. "We know that customers love the Category Five product and LevelUp is helping us get it in their hands, and onto their feet, even sooner.
WooCommerce will offer LevelUp as a free add-on during a three-month launch promotion, after which time purchasing the integration will cost $79.
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