Zoho Commerce is an e-commerce solution built to take on the needs of every small to medium-sized business containing all the tools you need to build a website, accept orders, track inventory, process payments, manage shipping, market your brand, etc. and with the Paystack Extension for Zoho Commerce, you can now use Paystack as a payment provider on your store, and accept payments in Nigeria, Ghana, and South Africa! Here's how to set it up and get started!
Before we dive into the next steps, it's important to have your own e-commerce store set up using Zoho. If you haven't had a chance to create one yet, we recommend checking out this handy guide that will walk you through the process in just 60 minutes. Once you have your store up and running, you can proceed to install the Paystack plugin.
Install the plugin
The Paystack extension is publicly available in the Zoho Commerce app marketplace via this link. Follow the URL, and click the Install button.
This should open a dialog where you accept the terms of service, select the Zoho organization you want to install the extension for, and click Install.
Setting up your Paystack Plugin to work with Zoho Commerce
To configure the Paystack plugin:
- Go to Settings → Payments Gateways.
- Select Paystack in the list of payment method
- Then click on the Set Up button
Enter Your API Keys:
The Paystack plugin's settings have two mandatory input fields for your secret key and your public key.
You can find those keys in the Developer Settings on your Paystack Dashboard. After filling in your keys, save your configuration, and voila! You’re all set up and your customers can pay for their orders using Paystack.
☝🏻 Remember to switch out your test keys for your live keys when you’re ready to accept real payments.