QTILL Checkout Enterprise

QTILL Checkout Enterprise


QTILL Checkout Enterprise is a flexible server-to-server solution that enables processing transactions from any source – website, call center, or list processing. The transactions are displayed in the administration interface for further processing.


  • QTILL Checkout Enterprise enables a seamless link between the online shop, inventory management, complaint and accounting tools and any third-party systems.

  • QTILL Checkout Enterprise can not only be used for real-time payments but can also work in the background, as the program carries out transactions with prepackaged payment data from your database. Since the Checkout Enterprise software is installed on the server, Checkout Enterprise communicates with the central QENTA Payment CEE payment platform using its own encryption.

  • The merchant can design the payment process and thus better adapt to the requirements. In addition, merchants can read out plain text payment data and therefore have increased control over user behavior.

Workflow Diagram

Figure 1. Workflow Diagram
  1. The online shop displays a list of available payment methods which are enabled for the online shop.

  2. Then the consumer selects one of these payment methods.

  3. In the online shop, an input form for a credit card will be shown (hosted by the merchant).

    3a. After that, QTILL hosted by the merchant, creates a request for an alternative payment method.

  4. Then the consumer enters credit card data.

  5. QTILL hosted by the merchant, creates a request for a credit card.

    Only in the case of a credit card payment, steps 3, 4 and 5 are used. For an alternative payment method, look at step 3a.
  6. QENTA API creates links for 3D Secure or the alternative payment method.

  7. QTILL hosted by the merchant receives the link.

  8. Consumer authenticates with the given link.

  9. QENTA receives authentication from an acquirer.

  10. QENTA sends the authorization to the acquirer.

  11. QTILL hosted by the merchant receives the result.

  12. The online shop verifies the received payment result and displays to the consumer an appropriate page containing information on the result of the payment process.

  13. After returning to the online shop the consumer proceeds with browsing or shopping for additional items in the shop.

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