Welcome to Modulr. This is the place to learn about:
Using Modulr's Customer Portal →
Including Sage Salary and Supplier Payments
The Modulr API platform lets developers securely manage and automate the flow of money for their company by creating eMoney accounts and making payments.
The API is based on REST, and uses standard REST features such as resource-based endpoints, HTTP verbs, standard responses and authentication.
Some example use cases for the Modulr API:
- Automating payments
- Creating discrete accounts to streamline incoming payments, receiving notifications of incoming funds via a webhook notification
- Managing funds on behalf of 3rd parties
If you want to, try out the API here, or use a more real-world sandbox environment (both the Customer Portal UI and an API) you'll need to have a sandbox account and key to access.
If you don't yet have access to our Sandbox environment, then you are able to get an account and key here.
The Modulr Customer Portal gives you, as an end-user customer, secure access to your Modulr eMoney accounts and is where you can manage payment activity. You can make and receive payments, manage approvals and view payment statuses in real time. You can also set up notifications and manage other users as well as take advantage of many other features.
You may be using Modulr in conjunction with other 3rd party software such as payroll or accounting packages, where Modulr provides a payments functionality. Alternatively, you may be eg an Accountant or Payroll Bureau managing your customers' accounts and payments.
Go here → in the side menu to find Information and guides on using the features of the Modulr Customer Portal.
You can also use search (found at the top of each page) to find information on a particular help topic.
Comments and suggestions
We’re regularly adding more guides as we build new features and make improvements. If there’s something you’d like to see covered here, please use the ‘Suggest edits’ link in the top right of each page to send us feedback.
Updated 4 months ago