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Switching your e-invoicing to Sage Pay

There are lots of benefits to switching to Sage Pay for your online invoicing. Get paid faster, cut costs and save time. Start today and see the benefits.

If you’re already a Sage accounting software customer

Follow the steps below to get started with e-invoicing and take your business from manual paper-based processes to a secure, automated ecommerce solution. 

Remember you will need to be a Sage accounting software customer to take advantage of our online invoicing services. See the full list of Sage accounting software

Step 1: Apply for a Sage Pay account

Our standard package starts at £25/month and has all the features you’ll need to accept payments securely online and over the phone. 

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Step 2: Set up a merchant account

You can get a Merchant Account in two ways:

You can tell us which option you'd like to go for in the Sage Pay application form. If you need some advice on which option is best for your business just get in touch. We're here to support you 24/7.

Step 3: Integrate your Sage software with Sage Pay

Depending on the Sage software you’re using, you will need to follow a few simple instructions in the guides below:

Step 4: Process a test transaction and go live

Before we get to the exciting bit – putting your account live – we need you to put through a test transaction followed by a refund using MySagePay.  
Once this is completed, we will validate your merchant IDs and switch your account live.

Step 5: Renew your PCI compliance certificate

Sage Pay is certified to the highest level PCI DSS Level 1. This reduces your compliance requirements significantly unless you have chosen the direct integration method.

You can get your certificate quickly and cheaply from Trustwave, our Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) partner.  

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Remember: If the bank setting up your merchant account(s) has their own Qualified Security Assessor partner then you'll need to go with them rather than Trustwave.

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