India’s Citrus Payment Solutions has rolled out a new payment gateway for third-party merchants, called Project Flight.
The solution will enable users to complete the purchase process through its platform.
The gateway features libraries for all languages and will work on the web, iOS and Android and as well as support all third-party apps.
The payment gateway has been designed to accept all major debit and credit cards along with net banking and its own Citrus Wallet.
With this solution, merchants can start accepting payments within minutes through a sign up process that requires their names, company name, email and mobile numbers.
After signing up, members are required to submit signed terms and conditions document, an application form, photo proof, address proof, company proof, financial proof and a nodal letter from a bank within 14 days. However, payouts will be given only after submitted information has been verified and approved.
Documents needed for Project Flight can also be directly uploaded to Citrus using ‘Zero Touch’ uploads.
Citrus Pay founder Jitendra Gupta said: "Project Flight is a product that stays true to the Citrus belief of making digital payments easier and more convenient."
The move aims to expand the company’s digital payment adoption in India.