Welcome to Zota for Magento
Here, you will find all the tools and guidance you need to integrate Zota’s payment systems into your online store.
Benefits of Zota for Magento
Online businesses benefit greatly when they integrate with Magento. They will be able to offer multiple payment methods, adaptable to different regions or countries, and customize their payment page to match their brand. With its impressive list of advanced features and numerous benefits, Magento is an all-in-one solution for eCommerce. However, the software may be challenging for beginners with limited tech experience.
Broad range of features
Magento has an impressive array of features for online businesses, such as marketing and conversion tools, customer segmentation, and more. Magento is a great option for anyone operating a larger business or corporation.
How Zota for Magento can expand your online business?
Once our plugin is downloaded, companies have the ability to accept payments immediately from both local and global customers. Zota is proudly connected to a robust network of more than 1000 banks, acquirers, eWallets, and PSPs, offering multi-currency support to companies with the widest range of local payment solutions available. This allows businesses to route between different payment methods under our PCI level 1 and fully customizable cashier page.
With Zota for Magento, your online business can offer:
- A quick switch to the sandbox environment
- Multiple payment methods
- Full customization to match your brand
- Country and region routing options
- Underpayment and overpayment support
- Status-change support
Getting started with Zota for Magento is simple. Just visit the Plugins page in WordPress, ensuring you find the right options in settings. Setting up multiple payment methods is also straightforward; we provide multiple endpoints representing different local payment methods.
Zota’s Magento setup guide
To make life simple for Developers, our setup guides below offer step-by-step instructions.
Click on ‘Configure’ to expand the Zota configuration sections.
First, configure and set your API credentials
Enabled – enable the Zota payment extension from here
Payment mode – set to ‘Sandbox’ for test transactions and ‘Live’ for real transactions
Merchant ID – you will receive this when you create your Zota account
Merchant secret key – you will receive this when you create your Zota account
Order description – this is a description message for your Zota transactions
Enabled – enable payment method on the checkout page
Title – the title on the checkout page
Endpoint – the merchant-specific endpoint ID for the payment method
Order status – the new order status after successful payment
Instructions – the description message on the checkout page under the payment title logo
Image – upload an image with supported payment methods and cards
Applicable countries – display payment methods for specific countries
Applicable regions – display payment methods for specific regions when the previous field is selected as ‘Specific countries’ and multi-select is enabled
Specific countries – the manual selection of allowed countries or those preselected with the ‘Applicable Regions’ field
Sort order – position of the payment methods on the checkout page