Shopware 6 offers a straightforward foundation for the development of payment plugins. Learn about the best methods you can use for your business.
The checkout procedure wouldn’t be complete without payments. For that reason, Shopware 6 provides a simple platform where you can create payment plugins.
Shopware 6 offers a variety of payment methods linked with every e-commerce shop, ones that customers use during the checkout process, in addition to payment methods intended for internal purposes.
Your online storefront offers a variety of payment options. Shoppers can choose the one that is most practical for them. You can activate Cash on Delivery, Paid in Advance, and Invoice payments with Shopware Payments powered by Mollie with additional options. Also, our dedicated team clarifies several data import/export issues and responds to many frequently asked concerns about the Shopware platform.
Knowing the importance of plugin payments, let’s learn about the best Shopware plugins you can use to enhance your Shopware e-commerce website.
Here is the list of some of the best plugin payments:
PayPal for Shopware 6
The PayPal module integrated with Shopware offers you important and popular payment methods and access to over 100 currencies as well as over 200 markets worldwide.
You can incorporate a range of PayPal items into your Shopware 6 store with only one module:
◉ Google Checkout
◉ Button for PayPal Express
◉ Zettle by PayPal Payments
Use the PayPal checkout, PayPal express button, and dynamic banners for the new PayPal installment payment from a single location to access the most popular and widely used PayPal goods. With this module, you can use each product separately or all at once in your online store.
The Stripe plugin for Shopware allows you to accept payments directly on your store for the web and mobile use. With this free plugin, businesses from 36 countries can accept payments using Apple Pay for Web, Google Pay, and a variety of additional local payment options like Klarna, iDEAL, Giropay, Bancontact, Sepa DD, and Sofort. Millions of companies in over 120 countries use Stripe to start, run, and scale their businesses.
Mollie offers various payment methods that can easily be integrated into your Shopware-powered web shop with their official plugin. Mollie accepts all major and local payment methods.
Apple Pay, Klarna Pay later, Klarna slice it, PayPal, Mastercard, Visa, American Express, iDEAL, SOFORT Banking, Giropay, P24, EPS, SEPA Bank Transfer, SEPA Direct Debit, ING Home’Pay, KBC/CBC Payment Button, Bancontact, Belfius Pay Button, Paysafecard, CartaSi, Cartes Bancaires, and Gift cards are just a few of the payment methods supported by Mollie in Shopware6.
Mollie also provides additional features such as:
◉ Simple test environment for payment integrations.
◉ Fraud monitoring: Smart fraud monitoring on all your payments.
◉ Dynamic 3D secure: Safer payments credit card payments are possible.
◉ PCI-DSS Level 1 certified.
◉ Multicurrency: Free to pay with their preferred currency.
◉ Recurring payments: a payment plan that fits the business.
◉ Mobile friendly: Payment screens are optimized with automatic device detection.
◉ Customer-friendly dashboard with up-to-date payment details, real-time accounting, and easy-made refund.
Amazon Pay is a checkout process from Amazon that enables millions of Amazon customers worldwide to log in to third-party websites using their login data and pay with the payment and shipping information from their Amazon account. With the Amazon Pay extension for Shopware 6, you can quickly and easily activate Amazon Pay on your website. All you need is an Amazon Pay merchant account
Amazon comes with great features such as:
◉ Express Checkout button on the cart, checkout, and product detail page
◉ Native support for multiple currencies like US-Dollar, Swiss Franc, British Pound, and many more
◉ Supports multiple languages like English, German, French, Italian, and Spanish
◉ Multiple different charge modes (manual, immediately, on order state change)
◉ Supports capture and refunds directly via the Shopware order management
◉ Extensive test and logging functionality
If you want to build your own web shop or have questions relating to e-commerce development platforms or apps, read our blog posts for Shopify and Shopware. Our dedicated outsourcing team can be your collaborator in e-commerce.