Blog

Rolling Out GDPR

By Harrison Rose, 06 Apr 2018, in announcements, product

A major new regulation, the GDPR, is coming into effect by the end of May, affecting how we handle the personal data of software buyers. We have taken our usual approach to rolling it out: handle most of its complexity automatically and provide you with the simple tools you need to manage it on your end.
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Introducing Inline Checkout: the Easiest Way to Create an Entirely Custom Checkout Flow

By Mike Wakeling, 28 Mar 2018, in product

Two things matter in a checkout: how easy it is to set it up and how well it converts. This is why we’re introducing our Inline Checkout: a dead-easy, yet highly customizable way to embed a secure checkout into your flow.
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Developing Engineers at Paddle

By Dave Marsland, 23 Mar 2018, in people, engineering

As Engineering Manager at Paddle I spend a large share of my time developing our engineers rather than code. We've doubled the size of our engineering team in the last few months so I've been thinking a lot about this topic lately!
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Introducing Apple Pay

By Mike Wakeling, 22 Mar 2018, in product

We’re really excited to introduce Apple Pay, providing the best possible experience for customers using our Checkout on Safari!
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Deprecating TLS 1.0 and 1.1

By Andy Savage, 15 Mar 2018, in product

TLS 1.0 and 1.1, used by a very small minority of customers, will be deprecated on the 30th of June 2018: we explain how this may impact you and what you can do.
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Scaling Paddle and Our Engineering Team to Become the Fastest Growing Software Company in Deloitte Fast 50

By Andy Savage, 12 Mar 2018, in people, engineering, thoughts

As part of a podcast series on fast paced companies I recently sat down with David Wicks to chat about the way we’ve scaled Paddle, and in particular our engineering team, to become the #1 fastest growing software businesses in the Deloitte Fast 50.
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Introducing Subscription Quantity to Improve Per Seat Billing

By Rob Hudson, 08 Mar 2018, in product

We’ve just made it much easier to manage per seat billing, a popular subscription type used by the likes of Slack, Salesforce or Todoist, whereby you charge companies based on how many people use your product.
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We've been named a Future Fifty company

By Christian Owens, 07 Mar 2018, in announcements

We’re proud to announce that we’re joining Tech City's Future Fifty programme, which selects the most exciting growth stage tech businesses in the UK.
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My First Few Months as Technical Account Manager at Paddle

By Joana Marques, 07 Mar 2018, in people

I've joined Paddle a couple of months ago to help with seller's technical queries, improve our documentation, analyze seller needs and pass back suggestions to our product team.
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How we ran our first hackathon

By Dave Marsland, 25 Jan 2018, in people, engineering

We've just held our first ever hackathon, and had a great time. Croissants were eaten, beers drunk and (a lot of) documentation was read, culminating in company-wide demos and 3 delighted winners. We're planning to host a lot more of these, so we took the time to reflect on what went well and what we could do better next time!
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