Credit Card Processing powered by PCCharge
Automatically connects to your financial network for credit card authorizations and settlements
Operate more efficiently with a Sage Payment Solutions Merchant Account for low–cost credit card authorizations and settlements
Integrates with the Sales Order module and e–Business Manager applets.
Support for secure Internet connections or dial–up modem connections Competitive program offered with excellent support and service

Compliant with Visa and MasterCard ECI regulations, the Credit Card Processing module is powered by PCCharge Payment Server, an open architecture system designed to integrate credit card transaction processing into your existing Sage MAS 90 or Sage MAS 200 ERP, distribution, and accounting system. In addition, for convenient cost–saving one stop support and processing, Sage Payment Solutions provides a merchant account for the MAS credit card module. You simply need to inform your existing bank that you want to use Sage Payment Solutions for processing.

Whether you’re a small wholesaler, a midsized distributor, or a large Internet Service Provider of e–commerce and virtual shopping services, these robust solutions are the ideal total solution for automated payment processing.

The PCCharge Payment Server integrates into Sage MAS 90 or 200, enabling you to accept credit card payments through the Sales Order and Accounts Receivable modules, as well as the .store and .order e–Business Manager applets. This lucrative module allows you to authorize and process credit card payments directly from within Sage MAS 90 or 200 applications. It captures all transactional information, such as authorization codes, and stores it within the appropriate application database for historical and reconciliation purposes

Featured Success Stories: Creation Entertainment, HerbaSway® Laboratories

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