We need to integrate our website with Google Checkout.
Currently we have a webiste that is integrated via API with a credit card processor, we are also integrated with PAYPAL.
In both integrations client after selecting services arrives to a data confirmation page where all information is displayed (service, customer information and billing)
If client (from this data confirmation page) selects credit card, he arrives to a custom payment page where he can enter credit card information. This card information is sent to bank processor, if approved, then a receipt page is displayed and order data is updated.
If client (from data confirmation page) selects PAYPAL, customer is redirected to paypal website where order information is displayed (service name and price), there he can enter credit card information or just log in. If approved, then client is redirected to our receipt page and order data is updated.
We need to build a third option, that is, give client the option to select Google Checkout, after he selects, then client will be redirected to google checkout page displaying service name and price. If transaction is approved, then client should be redirected to our receipt page and order data is updated
Google checkout should be integrated using the API mode.
Provider should have experience integrating with Google Check out and hopefully also with PAYPAL (so he can copy what we have done with PAYPAL)
We are already signed up with Google checkout.
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