Welcome to OnPay’s payroll API Partner Requirements documentation! Our API enables powerful integrations to our software, simplifying payroll, HR, and benefits for small businesses, accountants, and bookkeepers.
If you are interested in becoming an integration partner, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, be sure to check out our API documentation at docs.onpay.com
Potential API Partners will first be issued credentials to one of our test environments. After you’ve built your integration, you can submit your application for review.
To ensure optimal performance and security, make sure your application meets the following criteria before submitting for review:
Connection requirements detail how your connection with OnPay is created and maintained.
Data requirements specify how your app should use OnPay API calls. More information around your data calls will be required in Documentation.
Integrations are a great way to enhance a user’s experience and give them the power to do more. We want you to be able to share information about OnPay with your audience, so we’ve put together a few guidelines on how to use our name and logos.
You can refer to OnPay products and services with our associated name and logos, so long as such references are truthful, fair, not misleading, and properly represent our brand.
Our company has a rich history, with over 30 years of payroll experience. With that, our brand name has evolved from Payroll Center to OnPay.
Our product and company should be referred to only as “OnPay”.
Approved OnPay logos can be downloaded here.
With the exception of resizing as appropriate, do not alter the logos in any way when using it in your application. Please preserve the integrity of the OnPay logo by maintaining some clear space between the logo and any other visual elements.
On light backgrounds, the logo should be blue.
On darker backgrounds, the white logo can be used.
When space is limited, this version of the logo can be used.
OnPay’s brand colors are:
Once your integration is built and you feel it meets the specified requirements, you can submit your application for review. Upon successful review, production credentials will be issued and you begin connecting users to OnPay.
Providing documentation helps give OnPay an understanding of what you are trying to accomplish in the integration and explains how a user will interact with it.
To submit your request for review, contact us at email@example.com with the support documentation.