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Can Sitefinity eCommerce handle recurring payments automatically?
I'm looking to develop a site that provides services to customers but will charge a monthly, quarterly or yearly fee where the value is based on the packages they have selected.
For example :
Service A = £100 / month
Service B = £50 / month
Service C = £10 / month
If the users selects services A + C then I want to charge a monthly fee of £110.
The ability to offer discounts such as 10% is they opt to pay upfront for an entire year would be nice.
Is this possible with Sitefinity and SagePay out of the box?
Reading your documentation it states that Sitefinity eCommerce integrates with Sage Pay.
So... looking at Sage Pay it states that they provide "Continuous Authority Payments" for recurring goods and services.
See sage pay website
Does Sitefinity provide a way to link in with the Sage Pay API for continuous (recurring) payments?
I've also been looking at Braintree as a viable option for recurring payments.
They appear to have an excellent .net API.
Have you ever considered integrating the Braintree API into Sitefinity eCommerce?
Thank you Kaloyan.
Recurring payments will be fundamental to my next project.
I'm going to have to find an alternative solution.
Many thanks for getting back to me,
Did you found a workaround for this?
I didn't continue looking into this sorry.
I've decided to build my own system using MVC4 from scratch instead of Sitefinity.
Braintree have good .net api support/documentation but I haven't got to that part yet.