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New Onboarding Screens!

This year, we focused on efforts to not only support our partners but to simplify payments for our merchants. We started the year of launching our Onboarding API, and we are closing it with the launch of our Hosted Screens.

Now, merchants will now be able to sign up for a Beanstream account faster than ever before and begin accepting payments online. Our Hosted Screens can be used to sign up for both Canadian and American merchant or gateway accounts.

Better still, we have developed the new screens so that our partners will be able to benefit. Beanstream partners have a unique opportunity to leverage industry-leading onboarding tools, for free.

The new screens mean no more lengthy delays waiting on paper applications from your customers waiting to sign up for payment processing. Partners can request to have their online onboarding experience.

Hosted Screens are customizable to include partners company logo and colour hex codes so that the partner’s branding is maintained throughout.

For those looking for something even more customizable, the Onboarding API can be leveraged to integrate our onboarding application seamlessly into your own.

Not sure which onboarding solution is right for your business? Contact our partner support to find out more information.

We can’t wait for partners and merchants to check out our new onboarding screens and let us know what you think!

We are your partner in payments, providing you the tools that matter most.
Nicole Stright

Nicole Stright

Nicole is our coffee dependent content specialist. With a quick-witted way with words, she could make you enjoy reading an instruction manual. She was born American, raised Canadian and has lived briefly in Poland. A quintessential west coastian she can be found running the seawall, practicing savasana in yoga or enjoying an over-hopped I.P.A. Nicole is responsible for all of the bean puns as well as creating compelling copy driven by analytics that converts. She strives to simplify the complicated and wants readers to easily understand the often convoluted industry of payments.
Nicole Stright