Category archives: IP Commerce

Federated Identity: Overlaying Integrations With Appropriate Security Controls

In yesterday’s post, I concluded by mentioning the concept of “governance.”  Governance, as defined by Wikipedia, is: “Governance relates to decisions that define expectations, grant power, or verify performance.” In all software workflows, there is an element of governance.  In… continue reading »

Commerce APIs: It all begins with integration

For those of you not familiar with the term “API”, let’s discuss its meaning. An “Application Programming Interface” is, simply, the interface that allows one piece of software to communicate with another.  In most cases, this interaction between differing pieces… continue reading »

Driving Innovation in Payments: Platform Updates

As you may already be aware…IP Commerce announced, via a press release, a substantial update to our Managed Commerce Services Platform. The content of this release is available on the IP Commerce site (as linked above) or on The… continue reading »

Hosted Payments Page: a demonstration

On July 9th, I wrote a post entitled Hosted Payment Page and PCI Compliance. Since that point, IP Commerce has said several interesting engagement with partners through our Commerce Lab Integration Portal focused on the capability and efficacy of a… continue reading »

CloudAve covers IP Commerce

Many of my recent topics, and shared items*, have been centered on a blog entitled CloudAve. I have followed the posts on CloudAve for quite a while now and when presented with the opportunity to discuss IP Commerce with Ben… continue reading »

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