Commerce Guys has partnered HostedPCI to provide credit card processing solutions for Drupal Commerce. As a result, the new Drupal Commerce module allows merchants to connect their Drupal Commerce instance to payment gateways such as PayPal and WorldPay. The new module also allows card-on-file access for consumers. HostedPCI leverages a cloud-based Level 1 PCI compliance service enabling merchants to conform to PCI Data Security Standard.
“Commerce Guys is glad to announce our new partnership with HostedPCI,” said Fredreric Plais, CEO of Commerce Guys. “Our small- and medium-sized business clients now have an effortless, cost-effective option that satisfies the PCI compliance requirement and protects their business from a potential credit card breach.”
HostedPCI service allows multi-channel merchants to provide protection against credit card theft whilst maintaining consumer experience. The implementation does not leave the control of the merchant’s checkout or call center process and remains transparent to the customer. The service provides customisation features to fit merchant business requirements through features, including support for split, deferred and recurring payments.
“We worked closely with Commerce Guys to ensure a seamless integration of HostedPCI with Drupal Commerce. Commerce Guys made our powerful PCI compliance service easy to set up and administer for Drupal Commerce users.” said Leon Kuperman, Director, HostedPCI.
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