My latest report showed that ~35% of my clients came to me, for guidance on an Authorize.Net. Many of them, not because they want to, but because the software they had already purchased required it as a gateway. Hence, my initial introduction to Auth.Net sometime in 2013 was coupled with mixed feelings – as I felt somewhat strongarmed into a decision. At any rate, I rationalized it, as the customer had already paid for the software and it called for a gateway. I didn’t realize then what a life-changing voyage I undertook.
Here’s the thing about Auth.Net – it’s one of the oldest, most established gateways available.