Getting Started with Toucan
Network tokenization is a system through which card brands (e.g. Visa, Mastercard, Discover, AMEX, etc.) encrypt payment card primary account numbers (PANs) and other card details in payment tokens that they share with merchants. Because these tokens are provided by the network, it provides a streamlined way to securely move payment information through the transaction lifecycle.
With Toucan by Pagos, your business can seamlessly execute a network tokenization strategy without changing anything about your current payment stack. One simple integration with Toucan allows you to quickly tokenize all the cards in your vault, regardless of network, thereby increasing your transaction approval rate, decreasing fraud risk, and improving customer experiences.
To learn more about the benefits of using network tokens, see our Network Tokenization guide.
Complete our registration form if you’re interested in Toucan.
Once onboarded, you'll have access to our Toucan Sandbox environment. At this time, however, all actions and processes in Toucan must be executed via the API. Learn more in our Toucan API Reference documentation.
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