Transmodus, the payments technology company that powers linked2pay, has announced the addition of a Virtual Terminal to the linked2pay payments platform. Businesses using linked2pay now have a single cloud-based solution that unifies our Virtual Terminal with linked2pay emails (e-bills and e-offers) and online forms, giving them more and easier ways to accept customer payments.
The linked2pay Virtual Terminal features:
- Acceptance of credit card and ACH payments by phone, fax or by mail
- Additional fields available to create and save more than one Virtual Terminal
- Ability to set a payment and delay the actual transaction date
- Simple option to capture telephone or written authorizations
- Ability to auto populate customer data with one click
- Report generator can send daily, weekly or monthly reports
- Payment submission instantly sends email receipt to customer
“Like linked2pay email payments and forms builder, our Virtual Terminal is also very simple for our clients to use while offering a wide range of flexibility. Our clients range from very small supply companies to Fortune 500 healthcare providers. The extensive work we have done on platform development has given us the advantage to make linked2pay robust in features, yet simple to deploy and use,” says Stephen Hipskind, CIO of transmodus.
Transmodus is connected for transaction processing with many of the top 25 US banks for RDC and ACH. Its PCI compliant virtual terminal connects via TSYS, Authorize.Net and other leading card processors.
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