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Century Broadens Cash Flow Management; Facilitates Credit Card Payments inside SAP B1

By Retail CIO Outlook | Tuesday, September 18, 2018

IRVINE, CA: Century Business, a provider of technology based merchant service that develops integrated payment processing solutions has introduced a payment processing enhancement for SAP Business One. The payment solution will enable business users to accept and monitor credit card payments within its software.

The intuitive credit card payment module is designed to improve business efficiency and cash flow management. This ERP system joins Century’s arsenal of integrated programs which also includes the likes of QuickBooks, a suite of Sage programs, and Microsoft Dynamics, among others.

Its proprietary virtual gateway, eBizCharge, integrates seamlessly to SAP Business One and adheres to all PCI compliance guidelines, utilizing tokenization technology to give best possible data security. Tokenization in data security refers to the process of substituting entire credit card numbers for tokens inside of an ultra-secure virtual vault; mitigating events related to fraud. 

 The solution is equipped with enhanced reporting and searching tools for easier reconciliation and auditing. It has developed the integration specifically to pass the additional line item detail required for the best level of processing available, which guarantees its users the lowest possible costs.

The software significantly reduces the time spent on payment processing procedures i.e. upto 5 minutes per invoice in some cases. It also reduces the possibility of human error by eliminating double entry. Its clients can also log into eBizCharge to check the daily batch and view it in real time and compile pre-populated reports or customize reports with just a few clicks. It features the ability to record credit card transactions and ACH payments at any or all of these six stages from the Sales till A/R menu, while also paying invoices and balancing general ledger.

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