Sage 100 ERP customers can now take advantage of Level 3 Credit Card Processing.

This new functionality for the Sage Payment Solutions platform allows you to qualify for lower rates when processing business, commercial, and government payments.

Here’s what you need to know.

What is Level 3 Processing?

Level 3 processing expands your payment processing capabilities beyond the typical consumer transaction by allowing you to process business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-government (B2G) purchase cards. That’s because B2B and B2G transactions are considered “lower risk” and carry much lower interchange rates. This means that merchants like you are charged less per transaction and for other fees like charge-backs.

In exchange for these lower rates, your credit card processing system must be able to transmit detailed payment information (such as merchant name, tax amount, customer code, duty amount, etc.) in order to complete each transaction. That’s where Level 3 Processing comes in.

When you activate Level 3 Processing for Sage 100 ERP, you can securely process government, commercial, and corporate purchase cards while automatically providing the level 3 detail required for each transaction without any added effort or manual data entry.

What Are the Benefits?

When you activate Sage 100 ERP Level 3 Processing you can:

          Sell to companies using purchase cards

          Sell to government agencies

          Save money on transaction costs

          Build relationships with large corporations and government agencies

          Simplify invoicing and reporting

          Eliminate manual data entry for Level 3 processing

Ready to Get Started?

Contact us for more information about Level 3 Credit Card Processing for Sage 100 ERP or for help setting up a Sage Payment Solutions account.

*Note: In order to use level 3 credit card processing you must be on Sage 100 ERP Version 2013 or 2014. Contact us if you need to upgrade.


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