Amazon Pay rolled out version 2 of its Checkout solution

Amazon Pay lets customers use their Amazon information to shop on third-party sites

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Amazon Pay rolled out version 2 of its Checkout solution. Source: pixabay.com

According to Ecommerce News, Amazon Pay has introduced version 2 of its checkout technology.

In fact, the upgrade is claimed to enable faster and more secure checkout. The modernized web checkout technology can replace existing Amazon payment and address widgets.

With Checkout v2, Amazon Pay offers merchants a more seamless experience. The design of the checkout process has been completely re-imagined. By further simplifying the integration, businesses can take advantage of the benefits of this payment solution.

Upgrading to Checkout v2 helps you improve the purchase experience for your customers and increase order success, while continuously incorporating the latest learnings and innovations from Amazon
The Amazon Pay team 

The upgraded solution has eliminated any extra or unnecessary code from its design, leaving a simple, but frictionless experience for both customers and businesses. The front-end design received an update, while a new hosted checkout flow helps extend the Amazon.com experience to shoppers while they are purchasing on an ecommerce site.

With Checkout v2, merchants can streamline the checkout process with just one consolidated address, payment, and consent confirmation screen. The standardized checkout process should help decline recovery and increase customer confidence and checkout success at the bottom of the sales funnel.

In fact, merchants only need to integrate once to enjoy ongoing user experience innovations and access to voice commerce solutions such as delivery notifications via Alexa. There’s no extra code required to support decline handling and multiple web widgets.

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