How many times have you had to type a credit card number when you wanted to pay for something? It’s painful, isn’t it? 16 digits one by one, then check for mistakes… next payment: once again, 16 digits one by one, etc.
Card.io is a solution for everyone who’s tired of putting the whole credit card number again and again.
“You’ve found market price when buyers complain but still pay.”
– Paul Graham, Y Combinator
We’re looking for a talented PHP programmer to join our team. At PayLane you’ll be working on products and services, which help others develop their online businesses.
We’re a young and dynamic firm which provides modern payment solutions. Offering intuitive payment methods for e-commerce, we aim for increasing functionality and simplifying procedures.
Our headquarters are in the Arkońska Business Center complex in Gdańsk. We have a great office and fantastic people working there (check out the photos in our Facebook galleries). That’s why we prefer you to work in Gdańsk as well. But we want the best we can find, so we’ll understand if you feel better somewhere else. If you think that you’re perfect for this job, but you don’t live in 3city, we still want to hear from you.
You can find all relevant information on: http://paylane.com/php-programmer
How to apply?
Send your CV and anything else that could convince us to hire you to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payment industry – especially recently – evolves really fast. Just read some headlines on any of the news sites: “Squareup.com is going to…”, “NFC in new model of smartphone…”, “PayPal is buying…”, etc. That’s why I think right now is the best moment to talk about the future of this industry. So, where is the payment industry going?
Right now we can consider and talk about three possible (or maybe better – obvious) directions.
“It isn’t the consumers’ job to know what they want.”
– Steve Jobs