Credit Card Processing Tips and Tricks

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"New" Sage 100cloud Production Management Release and B2B Payment Processing Deep Dive

By Patty Benitez on Jun 17, 2019 2:04:25 PM

Complimentary Webinar

Date: Thursday, June 27, 2019

Time: 11:00 AM PT / 2 PM ET

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The wait is over.  Sage Production Management is here.  Released on May 14th, 2019, it provides a comprehensive range of features that are not only designed to replace the legacy Work Order but go above and beyond with more advanced manufacturing and production features.

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The New Way to Process Payments in Sage

By Patty Benitez on Jun 17, 2019 1:43:08 PM

Register to attend this webinar and learn how one Sage user leveraged an integrated payment solution from APS Payments to help save their business time and money.  Terry Wilhelm from K&K Interiors will share the challenges they ran into without an integrated solution, and the savings they've realized after switching to an integrated payment solution for Sage.  

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Sage 100cloud: Automated Inventory Cycle Count, Job Management, Shipping and Payments

By Patty Benitez on Apr 29, 2019 11:47:13 AM

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Date:  Thursday, May 23, 2019

Time:  11 AM PT / 2 PM ET

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Join us and our friends at CertiPro, Vrakas/Blum, and StarShip.You will learn about automated inventory cycle count, streamlined job management, and shipping with payment processing for Sage 100cloud!

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Sage 100 Integrated Payment Processing and Document Management

By Patty Benitez on Mar 7, 2019 3:53:37 PM

APS Payments and DSD help enhance Sage 100 credit card processing with automation and effortless document management

Sage 100 customers now have a simple and secure way to integrate payment processing and document management. Our team developed APS ClickToPay for Sage 100 companies who want to offer flexibility in online payments with eInvoicing functionality.  Even better, APS ClickToPay works seamlessly with DSD InstaDocs for document management.  

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Switch to APS for Sage 100 Credit Card Processing and We’ll Pay You!

By Patty Benitez on Nov 20, 2018 11:48:28 AM

APS will Pay the Cancellation Fees for Sage 100 Credit Card Processing Up to $500.

If you are like most Sage 100 merchants we talk to, you may feel like you are doomed to pay high credit card processing fees.  You might not always keep a close eye on your merchant statements because they are designed to be confusing. That is why our experts at APS Payments (APS) are eager to help with a free merchant statement analysis.  We will show you where you are paying too much, go through every line, and carefully explain every fee. You will see exactly how much you can expect to save by switching to our service. We are so confident that you will benefit from our APS service that we promise to pay up to $500* to help cover your cancellation fees.  

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ClickToPay:  Sage 100cloud Payment Processing and Repetitive Invoice Entry

By Patty Benitez on Sep 25, 2018 11:06:55 AM

APS-clicktopay-roundedge-buttonService related companies may have a service contract, whereby a customer pays for recurring services.  If you are using Sage 100cloud there is an easy way to set-up repetitive invoice entry for your customers depending on the billing cycle (weekly, monthly, quarterly etc.)  Sage 100cloud users have the option of collecting payment for ALL invoices with Sage 100 ClickToPay Payment Processing.

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Sage 100cloud Integrated Payments

By Patty Benitez on Aug 6, 2018 12:44:24 PM

5 Ways to Save and Get Paid Faster With Sage 100cloud Integrated Payments

 

 

Accepting credit cards is an essential part of doing business.  The trick is to get the lowest credit card processing rate possible and make it as easy as possible for the customer to pay.  Here are three ways to save money and get paid faster with Sage 100cloud integrated payments:

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Sage 100 Level 3 Credit Card Processing

By Patty Benitez on Jul 2, 2018 6:28:00 AM

Use Sage 100 level 3 credit card processing when accepting credit card payments to significantly reduce processing fees.

It's easy to accept electronic payments, it's more challenging to reduce fees.  Our team at APS works diligently to get you the lowest credit card processing rates. We offer integrated Sage 100 Level 3 credit card processing in addition to our other level 3 ERP integrations. Our Sage 100 PCI-compliant security solutions feature point-to-point encryption (P2PE), tokenization, and our APSPAYS Vault, eliminating card data that typically would be stored on a local server. 

We also walk our merchants through the PCI Compliance Self-Assessment Questionnaire (SAQ), eliminating the Non-PCI Compliance Fee most merchants pay every month. 

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Sage 100 TLS 1.2. PCI Compliance

By Patty Benitez on Jun 13, 2018 9:52:43 AM

Our Sage 100 credit card processing integrations team works diligently to help keep our merchants’ data safe. For Sage 100 merchant processors, this means we need to ensure all our customers are following the PCI-DSS Regulations. On June 30th 2018, TLS 1.0, SSL V3 will no longer be a PCI approved method of running transactions. To maintain PCI Compliance, payment processors and gateway providers are removing security certificates, which will disable older versions of Sage 100 legacy software using this legacy encryption method. This means processing this way will not be considered PCI Compliant, and all transactions will stop working eventually.

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APS Supports TLS 1.2 in Sage 100 4.4, 4.5 and Subsequent Versions!

By Patty Benitez on Jun 6, 2018 3:39:47 PM

According to posts on the internet and information gleaned from our Channel Partner Network it would appear that on May 2nd, 2018 Sage 100 versions 4.5 and prior, formerly MAS 90 and MAS 200, could no longer process credit cards through Paya, formerly, Sage Payment Solutions.  Most companies on these versions of Sage 100 mentioned they had a processing blackout for over 24 hours, some even longer.  It is currently unclear whether the companies using these versions have abruptly been forced to stop processing or whether they will be forced to stop processing as of June 30, 2018 the last day the card brands will allow transactions to flow on any TLS lower than TLS 1.2.   

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