Moov gives developers an easy way to create and integrate bank processing into their own products. Financial institutions, businesses, closed-loop payment systems and fintech startups can easily build financial services into apps, platforms and even other financial product offerings.
Moov ACH server is a open-source, cloud native ACH payment gateway exposing a RESTful API enabling ACH transactions to be submitted and received without a deep understanding of a full NACHA file format specification.
Moov design goals
The core principles underlying Moov are performance, scalability, and ease-of-use. Based on these principles, Moov is designed around the following core features:
- Highly performant (fast)
- Few opinions, lightly held (interoperability)
- Extremely lightweight (small footprint)
- Support client languages (polyglot clients)
- Atomic building blocks (single responsibility principle)
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Stability is the hallmark of any good software. If you find an edge case that isn't handled please open an GitHub issue with the example data so that we can make our software more robust for everyone. We also welcome pull requests if you want to get your hands dirty.
Have a use case that we don't handle; or handle well! Start the discussion on our Google Group or open a GitHub Issue. We want to make the project meet the needs of the community and keeps you using our code.