Use Codat’s SumUp API integration to connect to, retrieve, and view your customers’ data including Disputes, Orders, and Transactions
SumUp is a leading ePOS and eCommerce platform that enables small & medium-sized businesses to accept credit and debit card payments in-store, in-app, and online.
Codat’s SumUp API integration supports Company info, Disputes (chargebacks), Orders, Payments, and Transaction data types. To find out more about the integration, please visit our docs.
The data produced by commerce platforms, such as SumUp, offers a valuable and unique source of real-time information. This data can be used to power a wide variety of use cases, such as cash flow forecasting and business financial management dashboards, as well as revenue-based and alternative lending. Commerce data like SumUp can also be used to build features that help small businesses get paid faster, such as instant payouts.
We provide consented access to the data found in your business customers’ SumUp account via the official Application Programming Interface (API). Your customers control this access at all times and we never see their login credentials.
Codat’s SumUp API integration maps merchant data from the SumUp platform to Codat’s commerce data model and makes it available via a simple, developer-friendly API.
Integrations are vital but time-consuming and complex to build and maintain. Software providers and financial institutions use Codat’s universal API to gain immediate access to the financial platforms their small business customers use regularly including Xero, Amazon Seller Central, QuickBooks, and Shopify. Simply start building with Codat for free today.
Your customers’ data is held to the highest level of bank grade data security protocols and is encrypted end-to-end. Codat has passed all requisite penetration tests and is ISO27001, SOC-2, and GDPR compliant.
Download our guide to connecting with eCommerce and Payments software to better understand Codat’s coverage and why commerce data is so valuable