Morse Data Corporation Announces Additional Support for Credit Card Processing
InOrder now includes two new payment interfaces that support tokenization. With this update, clients using InOrder can process tokenized payments through Authorize.Net CIM and TransFirst TransExpress, in addition to its other payment processing interfaces.
The new Authorize.Net Tokenization gateway interface uses Authorize.Net’s Customer Information Manager (CIM) interface. CIM requires payments to be tokenized and does not support card present processing. There is no need for existing Authorize.Net Advanced Integration Method (AIM) users to switch to the new CIM interface unless they would like to tokenize. Further, Authorize.Net merchant accounts can use AIM or CIM (existing AIM users do not need to create a new merchant account with Authorize.Net to use CIM).
With the new TransFirst – TransExpress (TXP) interface, tokenization is optional and controlled by a checkbox when setting up the merchant information in the InOrder application.
In addition to these new payment interfaces, InOrder also supports three check processing gateways and several other credit card processors, including:
Credit Cards Processing Interfaces:
- Authorize.Net AIM
- Authorize.Net CIM (Tokenization)
- Bibit / RBS Worldpay
- First Data
- Litle PaymentTech
- TransFirst – ePay (Legacy)
- TransFirst – TransExpress
Check Processing Interfaces:
- Authorize.Net – ACH
- Authorize.Net – ACHT
- CyberSource – ACT
- My eCheck (Check 21)
- TransFirst – TransExpress – ACH
Contact us for more information about processing payments with InOrder.