Accessing the ACH network can be unnecessarily complex. That’s why we’ve built a solution to help simplify the complexities of integrating with the ACH network.
We’ve built bank transfer solutions for businesses who need to access the ACH network and incorporate bank transfers into their own application or service. Seamlessly.
Our ACH optimized API allows your business to be up and running with a minimum of four endpoints, making integration incredibly easy.
The solution with the Dwolla Platform allows businesses to:
- Send money to customers
- Receive money from customers
- Move money between end users’ accounts
- Facilitate payments between end-users
Your Brand, Our Powerful ACH API
Dwolla customers may customize the experience for their end-users. It’s the Dwolla platform that drives the payment—it’s your brand that drives the experience. In order to provide the ideal end-to-end experience, move payments into the background to become a function of your service. Design the best overall workflow for your business.
Our customers enjoy the benefits of branding their own payments experience, without needing to build it from the ground up (just making it look like they did). By providing straightforward API documentation and dedicated developer support, businesses can go to market in as much or as little time as they desire—you set the pace and we’ll get you through the finish line.
“Dwolla freed us from previous payouts restrictions and got us up and running with our own branded bank transfer solution in 10 days.”
It’s widely agreed upon that integrating a white label solution may prove easier and smarter than building your own version of a SaaS product. That holds especially true when dealing in payments.
Weigh Your Payments Options
If you’ve been looking to send funds via the ACH network as part of your business, you must do the diligent work of making sure you’re setting up everything in accordance with applicable compliance rules and procedures.
You could set up your own Origination program and become an expert with the NACHA rule book. Or, you could integrate with a proven ACH payments API like Dwolla.
We’ve spent the better half of the last decade boiling down a heavily-regulated and complex payment process into a simple-to-use API, one that you can get started with immediately.