Paying vendors shouldn’t consist of manual processes and accounting headaches. Build a straightforward bank transfer solution for sending bank transfers to vendors when payment is due.
Leveraging our Dwolla MassPay functionality, you can alleviate the costs of your outdated payout process. Use our ready-made web application or build a truly customized payout process with our White Label bank transfer API.
Automate your payouts process. Many companies leverage Dwolla MassPay to please their customers with timely payments, while reducing the costs associated with managing multiple payout solutions. Integrate mass payment functionality directly in your existing system and gain time back to focus on building your business.
Benefits of utilizing our MassPay API include:
- Create a customized experience with Dwolla’s White Label ACH APl
- Use transaction status webhooks – get updates sent to your application
- Add custom fields to your transactions
- Use metadata to add up to 10 fields
- This helps you reference and reconcile with items such as invoice numbers
- Add metadata to your MassPay job (as a whole)
- Easily group transactions for your reference
- Experience the flexibility first hand by testing it out in our sandbox environment.
If you’re not ready to get started with our API, you can easily use our ready-made MassPay tool by creating a Dwolla account and going to dwolla.com/masspay/send. Here, you can upload a simple CSV file with email addresses and corresponding payment amounts, and send your first mass payment in just a few clicks. No technical knowledge required.
Simplify vendor payouts with a White Label integration.
Couple the power of the MassPay API with our recently released white label receive-only functionality for a truly customized payout process. A “receive-only” user is only eligible to receive transfers to an attached bank account from the Dwolla account that created it—perfect for a “payouts only” business model. Your users will only experience your brand, from email notifications to viewing your business name next to transfers received on their bank statement.