Extend AR Automation's capabilities by connecting to BlueSnap's global payment processing platform. You'll be able to accept payments for invoices and create payment plans, subscriptions, automatic billing rules, and more.
- 3-D Secure
- Built-in Fraud Prevention and Risk Management
- Chargeback Management
- Level 2/3 Data compliant
- Merchant-Managed Subscriptions
- Multiple Currencies and Multiple Languages
- Partner Sandbox Testing
- Payment Analytics and Reporting
- Payment Methods: ACH/ECP, Apple Pay, Credit/Debit Cards, Google Pay, Local Bank Transfer, PayPal, and SEPA
- Payment Optimization
- Vaulted Shoppers
You must have an AR Automation account and a BlueSnap account to proceed.
BlueSnap supports the currencies listed here. We recommend configuring your account to only accept currencies supported by BlueSnap.
BlueSnap supports the countries listed here. If a client is located in one of these supported countries, they will be able to pay their invoice with the BlueSnap payment module.
A PCI compliance level of SAQ-A is required.
- Get your BlueSnap API credentials and define the authorized IP addresses below. Both of these actions are performed on the same page; for instructions click here.
- Set up your statement descriptor. The statement descriptor is the description that appears on the client's credit card statement or bank statement for each transaction and helps the client identify the transaction.
- Go to Settings > General Settings.
- In the Branding Settings section, enter the following, both appear on the client's statement:
- Default Statement (Soft) Descriptor — Up to 20 characters
- Support Phone Number — 7–12 digits
- Click Submit.
- To get paid, you need to configure your payout settings. Refer to Payout for more information.
Follow the steps below to configure BlueSnap as your payment gateway in your AR Automation account.
Log into your AR Automation account, and go to Account > Payments.
Click Connect under the BlueSnap integration.
To connect to BlueSnap, enter your BlueSnap API Username and Password (values from Step 1).
If you would like to accept Apple Pay, please contact merchant support to have it enabled for your account.
Payments are tracked in your AR Automation account under Transactions > Payments and are logged in your accounting system. Invoices paid in full are automatically removed from future payment reminders and the invoice is marked as Paid in your accounting system.
Your BlueSnap Merchant Portal also provides an array of valuable features for payment tracking and analytics. For example, your account dashboard provides a snapshot of your account, including your current account balance, sales, and conversion metrics. In addition, BlueSnap's reporting capabilities allow you to view your data in meaningful ways. For example, the Transaction Details report provides detailed information (such as payment details and payer information) about each transaction.
BlueSnap's single sign-on (SSO) feature allows you to conveniently access your AR Automation account from your BlueSnap Merchant Portal, without having to enter another set of login credentials.
- Your BlueSnap and AR Automation accounts must be connected. Click here for instructions.
- Your BlueSnap admin email must equal your AR Automation username. You can set your BlueSnap admin email by going to Settings > General Settings in your BlueSnap Merchant Portal.
- Contact your Implementation Manager or Merchant Support to have SSO enabled.
In your BlueSnap Merchant Portal, click Armatic Login under Integrations. You'll then be directed to your AR Automation Console. If you have multiple AR Automation accounts that share the same email, you'll be directed to the most recent active account.
Use BlueSnap's reporting capabilities to gain a comprehensive understanding of your business through the detailed transaction and payout reports, through payment conversions reports, and much more. Reports can be viewed right in your BlueSnap Merchant Portal or pulled via the Reporting API to be parsed or pushed to your third-party reporting tools.
While some transactions may occur in your base currency, you might have your account configured to display product and service prices in multiple currencies. To account for any differences between the currency conversion rates used to display prices on your website and the rates used by the client's issuing bank, we recommend including a note on your checkout page that informs clients of potential price variations. For example: “The price listed is approximate and may vary slightly”.
Updated 12 months ago