B2B Payments

EBizCharge Automates AR Payment Processing For SAP’s SME Users


Payment processing company Century Business Solutions is closing the gap for its customers using SAP Business One HANA, an accounting platform designed for small businesses.

Century Business Solutions announced Monday (May 8) that it is rolling out EBizCharge, a payment application interface that integrates directly into SAP B1 HANA. Companies using the solution can process incoming card and ACH payments from directly within the accounting system, the company explained, a move that negates the need for double data entry for accounting and reconciliation.

EBizCharge enables companies to mark invoices as paid and can support automated recurring payments, online bill pay and email pay.

“These options give businesses greater flexibility in how they process payments, saving them and their customers time,” Century Business Solutions said in its announcement.

The solution meets PCI standards and uses data encryption and tokenization to secure data. Tokenization specifically means card numbers are moved from the accounting platform into EBizCharge’s cloud-based system in a secure way.

“With SAP B1 HANA, SAP set out to create a solution that required limited and simplified IT resources,” said Century VP of Sales Scott McEwing in a statement. “We share that same vision. Our solution requires limited IT resources to implement so that small businesses can truly streamline their workflow and focus on their core.”


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