Improve your customer experience and decrease late payments by offering more payment methods for online invoices sent from Xero. Rapyd’s all-in-one Xero add-on enables cards, bank transfers (including direct debit), ewallets and cash in over 50 countries.
Rapyd offers this Xero Add-on in over 50 countries.
See List of Supported Countries (You must be domiciled here in order to accept payments)
Andorra, Armenia, Argentina, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Bolivia (Plurinational State of), Brazil, Belarus, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Estonia, Faroe Islands, France, Georgia, Gibraltar, Greece, Guatemala, Croatia, Hungary, Indonesia, Isle of Man, India, Iceland, Korea (Republic of), Kuwait, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Latvia, Monaco, Moldova (Republic of), Montenegro, Macedonia (the former Yugoslav Republic of), Malta, Mexico, Malaysia, Norway, New Zealand, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Paraguay, Romania, Serbia, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Sweden, Singapore, Slovenia, Slovakia, San Marino, El Salvador, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, Uruguay, United States, Holy See, Vietnam, Republic of Kosovo, South Africa
With a Rapyd Client Portal Account, you can:**
- Activate and set up your plugin.
- Access sandbox mode and test payments.
- View supported payment methods.
- View payment reports.
- Invite team members.
- Complete KYB steps to fully activate your account.
A. Sign in to Client Portal and navigate to Plugins.
C. Set the Client Portal to Sandbox mode. See also Select environment.
D. In the Xero window, click the Active toggle button.
E. In the Xero window, click the Connect Account button.
A. Sign in to your Xero dashboard.
The Organization data page appears.
B. Select one of your organizations and click Allow Access.
Currently, you cannot connect to more than one organization.
After access is granted, the Rapyd Payments Configuration page appears.
- Fill in the following fields:
- Bank Account: Select the bank account where Rapyd Payments are deposited.
- Transaction Fee Account: Select the expense account in Xero where transaction fees are posted.
- Branding Themes: Select Xero branding themes of invoices that will be available for Rapyd payments.
- Click Save.
Test the Rapyd payments plugin by sending an invoice and paying it in the sandbox environment.
A. Create an invoice for testing purposes, and assign it to a test contact with a billing address, phone number and email address. You must be able to sign in to the email address of this test contact.
If you are in the Xero classic invoicing mode then scroll down to the bottom of the new invoice page and click on the Switch to new invoicing link.
B. Select a currency for the invoice.
C. Click on Manage Online Payments.
The Online Payments window appears.
D. Select the Rapyd Payments Sandbox checkbox to enable this invoice to be paid via Rapyd, and click Done.
Selecting the Rapyd Payments checkbox enables multiple payment methods including credit card payments.
E. Enter the test contact’s email address and click Send.
F. Go to the inbox of the test contact’s email address and open the email that was sent from Xero.
G. Click on the Select Payment Method... button.
The browser displays the invoice online.
H. Click on the Select Payment Method... button.
The browser redirects you to a Rapyd checkout page for completing the payment.
I. For testing purposes, select any type of payment and if required, fill in the additional fields. For example, select a specific bank account:
J. Click Place your order.
K. Simulate a successful payment by selecting Success and clicking Pay.
The invoice is displayed as paid.
A. Set the Client Portal to production mode. See also Select environment.
B. Repeat steps 2 and 3.
From this stage, when you send an invoice to a customer select Rapyd Payments from the Online Payments window.
To fully activate your account for production mode you’ll need to complete the KYB form for compliance review in the Rapyd Client Portal.
After the checkout process completes, the customer can be forwarded to a landing page. This may be the main URL of the ecommerce site or any other landing page that you may want to define. To set the landing page URL:
A. Sign in to the Client Portal and navigate to Settings > Branding.
B. Click on the link icon and enter the URL of the landing page in the Fallback URL field.
C. Click Save.
Disabling requires deactivation on the Xero dashboard and deactivation on the Plugins page of the Client Portal.
Updated about a month ago