By Gloria Methri
- Consumer Finance
Deko, the multi-lender Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) platform, has finalised its integration module for the eCommerce system Craft Commerce. eCommerce merchants will now be able to offer enhanced consumer finance options following the launch of Deko’s new module.
The module was developed by Imegamedia in response to market demand for an online finance solution for Craft Commerce merchants. Designed via cloud-based tech and hosted on Deko’s server, the module brings the total number of supported eCommerce platforms to 23.
The module will help customers meet lenders best suited to their needs and ensure a seamless retail finance experience for both merchants and consumers.
Maxine Moon, Founder of Imegamedia & Director of Merchant Onboarding at Deko said, “This new module from Deko will link more consumers to a truly comprehensive multi-lender, multi-product consumer finance solution. Our merchants will in turn be able to provide rapid access to a range of finance options right at the point of sale ensuring they can keep their customers happy right from the first click-through to checkout completion,” said
Craft Commerce is based on a Craft content management system that adds back-office functionality including payment processing, delivery, invoicing, and customer account management. Its administration interface and API allow merchants to have total control over every aspect of their storefront and order management workflow.
“With the growing popularity of Craft Commerce, it was becoming clear that Deko needed to develop a consumer finance module for merchants. We are committed to designing and implementing innovative retail finance integrations that we install and maintain with our white glove service,” added Moon.
Deko hopes that the latest module for Craft Commerce helps deliver for consumers a “beautifully bespoke retail finance experience, whilst simultaneously empowering merchants to attract more customers.”
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