ISV Industry Insights

  1. How Does An Integrated Payments Referral Partnership Work?

    What does it mean to partner with a payment solutions company? If you’re a software provider, entering into an integrated payments partnership can offer many lucrative benefits for you along with improved functionality for your clients. With a referral agreement, you can provide your customers with a reliable and secure payment processing provider. In return, you can potentially earn additional credit card processing revenue.

  2. Payments For SaaS Applications

    Deciding which payment processing platform (also commonly referred to as a gateway) to add to your SaaS application can be overwhelming and time-consuming.  Payments for SaaS applications are not necessarily a feature that developers look forward to adding as many gateway integrations are complex and timely.  Here are a few things to consider when exploring different payment platforms for your SaaS application.

  3. How To Accelerate Your Startup’s Funding: Take Advantage Of Residual Income

    Business management software is in high demand in virtually all business sectors. We know you are ready to triumph in your vertical. The catch? It takes a while to establish yourself as a well-known industry powerhouse. How can you accelerate your startup’s funding in the meantime? Focus on residual income by pairing with a software payment partner.

  4. Balancing ISV And Vendor Customer Support

    Delivering a positive customer support experience is a must for any business looking to keep customers for the long term. For POS ISVs who maintain relationships with multiple hardware vendors, this can get tricky because it requires tight coordination with the partners.

  5. Put Your Integrated Payments Partner To Work for You

    While it’s true that integrated payments can make for a far more efficient process, it can sometimes be difficult for software providers to get their customers on board. That’s where Paragon Payment Solutions comes in: As leaders in integrated payment processing, this skilled team supports software providers by creating lasting partnerships. Their innovative approach is part of what makes them successful, as does their commitment to quality over quantity when it comes to forging software payment partnerships. The following are a few things you can expect when partnering with the team at Paragon.

  6. Mobile PCI Compliance

    Adding a mobile component to your software suite is crucial to a software company’s growth and overall customer retention. If you are thinking of developing a mobile app to complement the desktop version of your software, you may be wondering about mobile PCI compliance requirements.  What do you as a developer need to consider?

  7. How Integrating Payment Technology Will Help ISVs Grow Their Business

    An overview of functionality any would-be payment technology partner should provide.

  8. 10 Questions And Answers You May Have Before Signing An Integrated Payments Partnership Agreement

    As a software developer, working with an integrated payments partner is the easiest and most efficient way to add payment processing to your software. Before you select a payments solutions provider, we recommend asking yourself the questions below to help you make the best decision for your business.

  9. SaaS KPIs For Every Stage Of Growth

    Using financial and operating metrics as a strategic tool provides the actionable insight you need to achieve your firm’s most important goals: driving growth, profitability and the type of value the market will reward at exit.

  10. Tax Planning For SaaS Companies In 2018

    Steve Sehy from CaaS for SaaS CFO Services, and Tim DuVall, a tax partner at Katz, Sapper & Miller CPA firm, have teamed up  to put together a targeted tax presentation specifically for SaaS companies.