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A restaurant delivery platform leverages Dwolla’s Access API to send ACH payments to its couriers. Download the Case Study PDF right now According to Business Insider, the U.S. food takeout and delivery market soared to an estimated $70 billion industry in 2014. Relay Delivery is an online management and fulfillment ... Read more
We’re excited to share that Kill Bill, the open-source subscription billing and payments platform has integrated Dwolla into their API offering. Now, Dwolla’s Access API and co-branded products are supported as payments options by Kill Bill. What is Kill Bill? Kill Bill is a completely open-sourced platform helping businesses grow ... Read more
Why start from scratch when there is so much open-sourced documentation out there for you to work from? I’m talking to you developers. Leveraging another API (rather than starting from square one) can act as an enabler for a broader digital strategy and unlock new revenue opportunities. Welcome to ... Read more
On June 13th, Apple announced it’s opening the iMessage API for 3rd parties to build upon. Apple’s aim: “tap into the creativity of all developers.” This trend of opening up APIs for third parties isn’t a new idea. We’ve written about it several times (The Power of Open APIs). ... Read more
This post comes from Soren Godbersen and Charles Clinton of EQUITYMULTIPLE. Charles Clinton previously worked in real estate law, and was inspired to launch the company to make commercial real estate investing accessible to individual investors. In the wake of the Great Recession of 2008, emerging companies were left ... Read more
ACH is cheap—at least that’s what you’ll find when you Google for cost comparisons of facilitating bank transfers versus processing credit cards. However, while the transaction itself can cost mere pennies, what does it really take to get up and running with ACH for payments? While the inexpensive per ... Read more
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