NORBr Insight plug-and-play no-code
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NORBr insights is a plug-and-play tool for digital merchants, offering data consolidation, analytics, and reconciliation. We automatically gather and structure payment data from all providers, giving you customizable dashboards and reports to monitor everything in one place.

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Interact with our 100% no-code platform

NORBr’s 100% no-code SAAS platform consolidates payment transactions from all providers worldwide. The intuitive UI requires no technical expertise, making payment management accessible to all functions within your organization.

Collect data instantly and easily

NORBr’s platform collects payment data from all providers worldwide, consolidated in a unified view of your transactions. This allows you to easily track and analyze payment data, regardless of the provider.

Moreover, NORBr offers 60+ search filters and enables the display of nearly 200+ data points per customer’s order, providing you with a comprehensive and customizable view of your payment information.

Connect to any payment provider easily

NORBr’s platform collects payment data from all providers worldwide, providing you with a unified view of your transactions. This allows you to track and analyze payment data, regardless of the provider.

Build customized dashboards with ease

NORBr’s platform allows you to create as many dashboards as you need and offers 20+ different chart types, giving you the flexibility to visualize your data in a way that makes sense for you.

With NORBr, you can monitor your performance and make informed decisions based on the insights you gain from your data.

Create specific analyses and benchmarks to track

NORBr’s platform offers 60+ dimensions and 40+ indicators, allowing you to customize your dashboard to fit your specific needs. Whether you want to track revenue, expenses, or any other metric,

NORBr can help you create a dashboard that’s tailored to your business.

Generate reports quickly and easily

NORBr’s Insights provides an easy-to-use platform to generate custom reports. It enables you to save on maintenance costs associated with managing and maintaining your own reporting infrastructure, while also benefiting from unified, controlled and real-time data insights.

Focus on your core activities and make data-driven decisions with greater accuracy and efficiency.

Export data compatible with all CRM systems

NORBr’s platform makes it possible for you to export files in a format that is compatible with most accounting software, which is especially useful for closing your books. This means that you can easily transfer your data to any CRM system without worrying about compatibility issues.

With NORBr, you can streamline your exporting processes and focus on what matters most to you.

Energize your payment data strategy with

NORBr Insights Effortlessly gather, analyze, and report payment data with our no-code platform.

Effortlessly gather, analyze, and report payment data with our no-code platform.
Take your payment insights to the next level.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a digital payment method?2023-04-18T17:11:33+02:00

A digital payment, also known as an electronic payment, is a transaction that is processed entirely through digital or electronic means, without the need for physical cash or checks. Digital payments can be made online, through mobile devices, or other digital channels. Some examples of digital payments include: Credit or Debit Cards: Payments made using credit or debit cards through a payment gateway or Point-of-Sale (POS) terminal. Mobile Payments: Payments made using mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets through mobile payment apps like Apple Pay, Google Pay, or Samsung Pay. E-Wallets: Payments made using digital wallets like PayPal, Venmo, or Alipay, which allow users to store multiple payment methods and make payments through a single account.

Cryptocurrencies: Payments made using digital currencies like Bitcoin or Ethereum, which use blockchain technology to facilitate secure and decentralized transactions. Bank Transfers: Payments made through electronic funds transfer (EFT) systems like Automated Clearing House (ACH) or wire transfers. Digital payments are becoming increasingly popular due to their convenience, speed, and security. They also provide businesses with greater flexibility in accepting payments and allow them to expand their customer base beyond physical borders.

What is a Local payment method?2023-04-18T17:10:59+02:00

Local Payment Methods are payment options that are specific to a country or region, and are preferred by customers in that market. These payment methods are often used for cross-border transactions, and can include options such as iDEAL in the Netherlands, Boleto Bancário in Brazil, and Alipay in China. By offering these payment options, merchants can cater to the specific needs and preferences of their customers in different regions. Here are some examples of Local Payment Methods from each of the five continents: North America: In the United States and Canada, credit and debit cards are the most common payment methods. However, consumers also prefer to use PayPal, Apple Pay, and Google Wallet. Additionally, Interac is a popular payment method in Canada. South America: In Brazil, Boleto Bancário is a preferred payment method.

This is a cash-based payment option that allows customers to print out a voucher and pay at a local bank or convenience store. In Argentina, Rapipago and Pagofacil are also popular cash-based payment options. Europe: In the Netherlands, iDEAL is a popular payment method. This is an online banking system that allows customers to pay directly from their bank accounts. In Germany, Sofortüberweisung is a similar payment method. Additionally, in the UK, customers prefer to use PayPal and Direct Debit. Asia: In China, Alipay and WeChat Pay are the two most popular payment methods. These are mobile payment options that allow customers to pay using their smartphones. In Japan, Konbini payments are popular, which allows customers to pay in cash at convenience stores. Africa: In Nigeria, customers prefer to use bank transfers, as well as cash-based options like Quickteller and Paga. In Kenya, M-Pesa is a mobile payment option that is widely used. It allows customers to transfer money and pay bills using their mobile phones.

Overall, Local Payment Methods are essential for businesses operating in different regions around the world. By offering these payment options, you can attract more customers and increase your revenue. It’s important to understand the specific needs and preferences of your customers in each region, and to provide payment options that they are comfortable using. By doing so, you can build trust with your customers and establish a strong presence in the global market.

What are the different payment methods used for cross-border payments?2023-04-18T17:16:37+02:00

There are several payment methods used for cross-border payments, including wire transfers, credit and debit cards, e-wallets, and mobile payments. Each payment method has its own benefits and drawbacks, and you should consider the preferences of your customers when selecting payment methods.

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