How to Set Up PayU Integration
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What is PayU?
PayU is a fintech company that provides payment gateway services to online merchants. It can be integrated with the web as well as mobile applications. The available payment methods are Cards, Wallets, Net banking, and UPI. In India, PayU serves more than 4.5 million merchants with over 100+ payment methods.
Once this integration is set up, the businesses can collect payments from their users by providing them a payment link over conversations, generated using APIs. It is a highly convenient way to accept payments from users.
Prerequisites for using PayU Integration
- PayU Merchant Account. You can read more about it, here.
- A bot on Haptik. You can read this article to build your own bot.
- Businesses should be ready with APIs for fetching necessary information from their CRM system.
How to set up?
We have packaged PayU Integration in the form of industry-specific Smart Skills for faster deployments.
The available Smart Skills for PayU are listed below. You can make use of these Smart Skills based on your use cases and requirements:
Beyond these available pre-defined Skills, you can also build custom use cases by editing any of the Skills.
Whatever changes and updations are required will be done to the Code Steps of these Smart Skills depending on your requirements. We have discussed those changes in their respective articles linked above.