K-eCommerce Adds Online Bill Pay, Payment Solutions

k-eCommerce launches new payment solution

K-eCommerce has announced the launch of two new cloud-based payment solutions: Payment Extension and Payment Portal.

The provider of eCommerce and payment solutions integrated to Microsoft Dynamics made the announcement at this week’s User Group Summit North America. The new solutions replace the company’s on-premise offerings, Credit Card Extension and Online Bill Pay.

Payment Portal provides businesses with a self-service site where customers can pay outstanding bills and view their payment history, and can be added to any existing company website. Payment Extension is a credit card and electronic transfer payment solution providing secure payment capabilities through Microsoft Dynamics. Both solutions are hosted in k-eCommerce’s payment card industry (PCI) Level 1 certified cloud, ensuring the highest level of security for transactions and customer data.

“With our proprietary ERP integration and PCI-certified cloud, our payment solutions are a natural extension of our offering. And with our easy signup process, customers can be ready to accept credit card payments, ACH and EFTs in just 48 hours. I would like to thank our product team and beta customers who have worked extremely hard over the last 2 years to bring these new and exciting solutions to the market,” Laurent Allardin, founder and CEO of k-eCommerce, said in a press release.

“Whether they’re making purchases, seeking important information, or paying outstanding bills, consumers and businesses alike expect a unified self-service and commerce experience across the channels they use,” added Louis Mousseau, k-eCommerce’s chief revenue officer. “With Payment Extension and Payment Portal, our clients can provide both their customer service representatives and clientele with a seamless, optimized payment experience, while saving time, money and eliminating errors.”

K-eCommerce also revealed that it has formed a partnership with one of the world’s largest payment companies to offer customers in the United States and Canada payment gateway and merchant account services at competitive rates. It did not release the name of the company.


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