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In many cases, the end of the year gives you time to step back and take stock of the last 12 months. This is when many of us take a hard look at what worked and what did not, complete performance reviews, and formulate plans for the coming year. For me, it is all of those things plus a time when I u...
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eProcessing Network Certifies Level III Enhanced Data Payments Through Multiple Processing Platforms

eProcessing Network, LLC (www.eprocessingnetwork.com) understands the need for small to mid-sized merchants to expand their client base by offering credit card processing to a wider variety of customers, including the ever-growing market of corporate and government accounts. To help merchants acquire and retain corporate clients and maintain a competitive advantage, eProcessing Network (ePN) now offers Merchant Level III – Enhanced Data Processing through multiple processing platforms. As the leading independent payment gateway and software development company in the Electronic Payment Processing Industry, ePN understands that by partnering with industry leaders, they can leverage the combined knowledge and experience to bring Business-to-Business (B2B) eCommerce to merchants interested in processing commercial and high-ticket transactions.

Level III processing requires the most robust and detailed amount of transaction data including item commodity code, item description, item quantity, tax rate and more for transmission. By using Level III Card Processing, merchants can accept B2B or Business-to-Government (B2G) payments and qualify for the lowest interchange rates available. Since the information transmitted through Level III processing is so detailed, customers have the opportunity to monitor purchases made on the corporate purchasing card, as well as obtain the line-item details needed for fast and accurate reconciliation, avoiding possible disputes and chargebacks.

“The benefits of Level III processing are tremendous,” says Bruce R. Shirey, SVP Business Development for eProcessing Network. “The detailed transaction information passed through the secure and PCI compliant ePN Online Terminal allows merchants to process commercial transactions quickly and at a substantially lower rate, as well as seamlessly integrate the enhanced data into the business management tools that are the hallmark of eProcessing Network.”

“eProcessing Network continues to offer our reseller partners the best in products and services that will help their merchants remain competitive in the transaction processing arena,” adds Steven Sotis, President of eProcessing Network. “By offering Level III processing through more platforms, we can help ensure that they have the right tools to succeed.”

About eProcessing Network, LLC

eProcessing Network (ePN) is a software development company specializing in secure, real-time transaction processing services, solutions and support for all small to mid-sized merchants. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, ePN is certified to process a comprehensive suite of electronic payment transactions through all major credit & debit card, check/ACH and gift card/loyalty processors, and sells its services and products exclusively through Resellers and ISO sales channels. eProcessing Network is a registered Visa USA® Third-Party Service Provider and is compliant with PCI and PA-DSS Data Security Standards. For more information, visit www.eprocessingnetwork.com.

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