Payrails offers a powerful and flexible feature called routing as part of its payment orchestration platform, enabling merchants to intelligently and dynamically configure rules to route payments to different Payment Service Providers (PSPs), fraud providers, and other third-party services. This page provides an overview of the Routing feature and its practical benefits for merchants using the Payrails platform.
In the context of payment orchestration, routing refers to the process of directing a payment transaction to the most appropriate PSP or acquiring bank based on various factors such as card type, transaction amount, currency, and country of payment origin and destination. Payrails, as a payment orchestration platform, provides a single technical framework that triggers, directs, and validates all transactions between merchants, customers, and payment providers, covering every step of the payment process from routing through to reconciliation.
The Payrails platform makes it easy for merchants to configure routing rules, allowing them to optimize their payment processing strategy in response to changing market conditions, regulatory requirements, or other factors. By adjusting their routing rules within the Payrails platform, merchants can quickly switch between PSPs or services, ensuring that they always have the best available options for processing their transactions.
By routing transactions through the most cost-effective PSP or service, merchants can significantly reduce their payment processing fees. Payrails' configurable routing rules enable merchants to take advantage of lower fees or better exchange rates offered by different PSPs for specific currencies or transaction types.
Routing can help merchants minimize their exposure to fraud by directing high-risk transactions to specialized fraud prevention providers or PSPs with advanced fraud detection capabilities. Payrails' dynamic routing feature enables merchants to better protect themselves and their customers from fraudulent activities.
Payrails routing ensures that transactions are processed as quickly and efficiently as possible. By directing transactions to the most appropriate PSP or service based on factors such as transaction volume, processing capacity, or response times, merchants can improve the overall customer experience and reduce the likelihood of transaction failures or delays.
The dynamic nature of Payrails routing allows merchants to quickly adapt their payment processing strategy as needed. By leveraging the configurable routing rules within the Payrails platform, merchants can easily switch between PSPs or services, ensuring optimal outcomes for their payment transactions.
Updated 9 months ago