Set up Amazon Pay, now on Drupal Commerce!

Make Amazon customers your customers.

The Amazon Pay plugin for Drupal Commerce is now available; that means you are only minutes away from setting up the Amazon Pay plugin on your Website.

By enabling Amazon Pay, you let millions of Amazon buyers pay on your website using the information that’s already safely stored in their Amazon accounts. It’s a fast, trusted checkout process that is familiar to millions of Amazon customers around the world.

How does it work?

When shoppers visit your site, they’ll see Amazon Pay as one of the available payment options. They can easily complete a purchase with the payment and shipping information already stored in their Amazon accounts. They do not need to look for a credit card or enter a shipping address. It’s a seamless process which can mean a higher conversion rate for you. Plus, you get the same fraud protection technology used by Amazon, while your customers are protected by the Amazon A-to-z Guarantee for qualified purchases.

Amazon Pay integration features

The Amazon Pay features on Drupal Commerce include:

  • Mobile optimization through responsive widgets
  • True payment processing
  • Revised work flow to further reduce check out time
  • Your customers never leave your site. You own the shopping experience from beginning to end.

If you don’t believe it - here’s what our merchants say about Amazon Pay*:

Help increase sales

“After just two weeks, Amazon Pay accounted for 5% of our total sales and this rose to 8% in the following two weeks.” Nish Kukadia, SecretSales.com, CEO

Help reduce costs

Fraud detection and chargeback controls are expensive. “I have enjoyed Amazon's technology as both a consumer and merchant. Its fraud protection is unmatched.” Hadi Irvani, Founder at PeachDish.

Help increase conversion

AllSaints, an iconic fashion retailer operating US, UK, and German websites, saw an increase in checkout conversion uplift of 34% by implementing Login with Amazon and Amazon Pay on their site.

Sign up for Amazon Pay!

*Results provided by merchants. Individual result might vary.

Senior Drupal Consultant
Posted July 11, 2017

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