As mentioned in our How to configure Zuora Rate Plan in Limio user guide, Limio's no code subscription commerce platform is fully integrated with Zuora, right out-of-the-box, and in this user guide we will show you how to setup the Zuora Payment Type in Limio.
Limio allows you to integrate Apple Pay for Zuora, a digital wallet and a mobile payment method that enables the users to save their credit/debit card details and checkout with a single click on iOS and macOS devices.
Digital wallets have recently become the most sought after payment method for online transactions, as conversions can triple and cart abandonment significantly decrease when a wallet is offered as a payment option.
Limio for Zuora Apple Pay Payment Type
In Limio, Payment Type field (screenshot below) includes the way a customer will be able to pay for the subscription. To learn how to configure your Limio Offer to accept Apple Pay Zuora as a Payment Type follow the steps outlined in how to configure Zuora Payment Type on the Offer.
Note that even if enabled on the Limio Offer, Apple Pay will only be available on the Limio Checkout when browsing from an iOS or a macOS device.
Zuora Apple Pay Checkout
Zuora provides a direct integration to add Apple Pay as a payment that can be used in Limio Checkout. This will require an Apple Developer Account and some set up in Limio and Zuora. Before getting started in Limio:
- You will need to follow Apple's guide in setting up Apple Pay. Most importantly, you will need to set up a Merchant Identifier & Payment Processing Certificate.
- A Merchant Identifier is a unique identifier registered with Apple that confirms that your business and website is allowed to do business via Apple Pay.
- Payment Processing Certificate is a certificate which will be used for Payment Processing, Apple will use the public key to encrypt payment data. Zuora will use the private key to decrypt the payment data when processing the payment.
- When generating the Payment Processing Certificate you will need to collaborate with Zuora Support, read more details in the Apple Pay on Web development guide.
Once those steps have been please contact Limio Support at firstname.lastname@example.org, to verify your Limio Checkout domain with your Apple Merchant.
Set up in Limio
Once set up in Zuora and Apple is complete, you can access the settings in Limio for Zuora Apple Pay payment gateways, go to Profile -> Settings -> Apple.
From your Apple Developer console you will need to find your Merchant Identifier, this identifies the Limio Checkout to Apple Pay as being able to accept payments, once the relevant domain has been verified with Apple.
Additionally, you need to provide a Display Name, this is the name that will be seen on the iOS or macOS device when approving the payment, so it is important that it is representative of your Business.
Similar to Zuora Payment Gateway configuration Apple Pay requires its own Payment Gateway configuration as often you will want Apple Pay payments to be routed through different providers than Credit Card, PayPal etc.
The Payment Gateways are set up in the same settings section:
- Gateway Name is the Zuora Payment Gateway name
- Gateway ID is the Zuora Payment Gateway unique ID
- Currency Codes is the list of currencies from which payments are accepted on this Payment Gateway
- Country Codes is the list of countries from which payments are accepted on this Payment Gateway
Once this setup is complete you will be able to see Apple Pay available as single click option to complete a purchase on the Limio Checkout:
To help you get started with setting up the Zuora integration, please contact us at email@example.com.