1. CIP Bypass
For clients with advanced KYC programs, we now offer the ability to certify a program with Dwolla’s Risk & Compliance department to bypass Dwolla’s internal verification program. This provides the client with the ability to more directly manage the end to end onboarding experience for their end users.
2. Mass Pay Clearing Object
Clients can now specify how their mass payments should be cleared. Historically mass payments were cleared depending on client settings and had no ability to control at the individual mass payment level. With this new addition, clients can now specify normal or expedited clearing timeframes (e.g. Same Day ACH) for mass payments in accordance to their business needs.
3. Webhooks Filtering
Webhooks can now be filtered by date range, allowing clients to narrow down webhook event logs to more easily find the specific ones they might be looking for. This filtering capability is available in the Dwolla Dashboard and in the API.
1. Partner Integrations
The Integration Partner Program, one of four programs offered in the Dwolla Partner Ecosystem, offers more seamless technical integrations between Dwolla, the partner and their mutual clients, which clears the path for new payment modalities and more flexible funds movement. Explore more with integrations here.
Businesses can toggle the Dwolla Slack integration within the Dwolla Dashboard to receive Slack notifications for events such as a failed ACH transfer, negative balance or deactivated customer account. Learn more about the integration here.
QuickBooks Technical Integration
Use an OAuth flow to authorize this integration from the Dwolla Dashboard and gain limited access to customer data. Send data from Dwolla’s ACH payment API to QuickBooks—creating a streamlined reconciliation process. Learn more about the integration here.
2. Password Hashing
Explains why proper implementation of authenticator storage is necessary to protect both identities and data.