Total Computing Solutions (TCS), a division of Zumasys, is updating the features and functionality of its TotaLink credit card processing software to make compliance simpler and integrations for MV platforms smoother.
“PCI security standards can constrain a company with rules and restrictions. The new technology that we’ve developed allows any merchant to get away from the burdens of PCI, while still remaining compliant,” said Jake Tuttle, payment processing consultant, Total Computing Solutions.
Built-in signature capture through native PICK calls into TotaLink software, allowing customers to avoid purchasing costly dedicated signature capture devices.
The single-source application makes it easy for merchants to process any type of transaction. Whether it is card present, mail order, telephone order, e-commerce, or contactless payments through GooglePay, ApplePay, and other digital wallets it can all be managed through one software package.
This simple and affordable solution is now being expanded to include integration and functionality for the major PICK databases including D3, jBASE, OpenQM, Universe, and Unidata.
With little system overhead and a low-cost model, TotaLink can help a broad array of businesses adapt to today’s economic challenges without creating additional financial stress.
For nearly 20 years, TotaLink has provided best-in-class credit card processing capabilities for companies running PICK MultiValue applications.
To make credit card processing simple and affordable, TotaLink offers a complete software package and competitive merchant rates.
Secure, tokenized vaulting and storage of payment card information provides the flexibility of an encrypted card number while reducing risk and eliminating the need for expensive, complex PCI auditing.
“Our customers save anywhere from a few thousand dollars to over $100,000 in processing by using TotaLink. That is money that can be put back into the business. Money that can keep somebody employed. In today’s economic climate, that is a big deal,” said Tuttle.
TotaLink has a long history of partnering with Value Added Resellers (VARs) and software houses that integrate the solution directly into their application. The company’s partnership programs, and commission/residual sharing provides a nice new revenue stream for many of them.
Together, TCS and Zumasys are continuing to expand the capabilities of TotaLink software as part of their commitment to the PICK MultiValue market.
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