Microsoft To Integrate Pay Service Into Outlook

Microsoft To Integrate Pay Service Into Outlook

Roughly every major company has some payment service: Amazon, Android, Apple—everyone’s looking to compete with the likes of PayPal and Cash. Microsoft’s pay option—Microsoft Pay—has been around since 2016 and like others, it’s used mainly within the company’s ecosystem of services and apps but can be used elsewhere. 

So, it comes as no surprise when the company announced that the service would become a part of Outlook. Look at this approach as making Outlook and all-in-one, one-stop service for developers. Email communication is right there, Skype if needed, a payment system which works through the email, and the online version of Office are all right there. 

Microsoft To Integrate Pay Service Into Outlook

While Microsoft stated that it would really help developers, it could be useful for all kinds of professionals. The current partners for Microsoft Pay include Braintree and Stripe. With Pay becoming a part of Outlook soon, other invoice partners will jump on board including Invoice2Go, Intuit, Sage, FreshBooks, Wave, and Xero


Starting with Kabir News in 2013, James has focused on tech, gaming, and entertainment. When not writing, he enjoys catching up on sci-fi and horror shows and comics. He can be followed on Twitter @MetalSwift.

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