Putler does a lot for the webpreneur. First, it assembles transactions from a number of payment gateways. Second, it processes data gathered from these transactions and provides valuable charts, stats, and relevant details. Third, it can issue refunds, manage subscriptions — all at staggering speeds, even offline. Fourth, it makes the webpreneur’s life loads easier. And with the recent release, Putler’s even doing more for Web-based ventures and entrepreneurs looking to improve sales and grow their businesses.
PayPal, SagePal — Putler’s Pals
With the Putler 2.9 release, PayPal is going to be a lot faster, thanks in large part to a switch in protocols. In previous processes, a Putler client would put in a request to a Putler server, which is then forwarded to PayPal. PayPal would then respond back to Putler. Every new API call meant that every new request would be made to the Putler server, and then on to PayPal.
Now a Putler desktop client will stay connected with Putler’s API server through sockets. According to Putler, all API calls will be carried out on the existing socket. This then makes communication simpler, faster. Here’s even more good news: Putler intends to continue this implementation next year for its Web version release.
But enough about PayPal — Putler’s also now able to bring in data from Europe’s leading independent payment service provider and a trusted payment brand, SagePay.
Big Change and No More Choking
Putler works with just about any payment gateway and one of the more recognizable tools for e-commerce brands has been BigCommerce. BigCommerce is an e-commerce software solution and over 50,000 stores use it. If you’re using BigCommerce and have been one of many who had a not-so delightful experience with transactions, you’ll be relieved to know that Putler has re-written the BigCommerce connector; from PHP it has now been placed to Node.js. So Putler promises it will now deliver better performance.
Finally, the Putler 2.9 release has been tweaked to resolve those bugs you encounter. One of the more notable issues has been that Putler, well, gags when it encounters an emoticon in order notes. You can now rejoice knowing that Putler 2.9 will no longer choke when faced with emoticons. And you can put a triple happy face on that!
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