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Introducing the new payment flow

- 5 MIN READ - 13 Nov 2012

We’ve received a lot of great feedback by many of you about our latest releases of smaller and bigger additions and features. Thank you for your contribution so far. Thus the team have been relentlessly focusing on continuous developments to build a better tool and help you do even more good things for your business.

After announcing the brand new look of Messente quite recently, there are more updates to tell about now.

By striving to ensure the whole focus on things that give the best result and most value for your business we’re happy to take the path of optimising and improving common procedures and getting most formalities out of your way. Hereof I’m proud to announce you the upgraded version of Messente’s payment flow for topping up your account with ease.

Payment flow

To share a brief insight let me walk you through a simplified payment process. We’ve defined three simple steps as a baseline throughout a seamless process.

1. A single box to fill in the first step. Start by specifying a sum that will be added to your account.

 

2. In the second step you will be able to indicate more details as information that will appear on your invoice.

 

3. The third step is for previewing information and choosing your preferred payment method. Right after clicking Confirm, you’ll get redirected to a payment authentication page, to finalize the payment.

 

A small tip: you can easily look up and review all the previous transactions any time later under your Messente’s account Archive and Payments.

That’s that! We’ll be happy to hear your thoughts, suggestions, questions. Email us at messente@messente.com.

What’s next?

Concurrently a lot more updates are in the roadmap and coming soon. We’re looking forward to announce you a number other well-considered improvement soon. Stay tuned.

Jaanus Rõõmus

Jaanus Rõõmus - CTO

Jaanus is co-founder and CTO of Messente and makes sure its wheels keep spinning and Messente always has a full tank of fuel.

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