Fort Worth, Tex. — ECI Software Solutions, a leader in cloud-based business management solutions, today announced a new integration between its JobBOSS® ERP and NET1™ payment processing solutions. With this new release, JobBOSS users will be able to process credit card and ACH payments online, helping to streamline operations, improve data security and enhance customer service.
NET1 is ECI’s preferred payment gateway for online credit card and payment processing. Since 2011, NET1’s payment gateway has been helping ECI customers improve cash flow and save $30-$500 per month. Following its recently added multi-location functionality, NET1 users are able to facilitate reporting on payments transactions across locations through a single point of access and help secure data from an entire business, rather than by location. The platform has been previously integrated with ECI’s Advantage®, DDMS®, DDMSPLUS®, e-automate®, M1®, Red Falcon®, RockSolid POS™, RockSolid MAX™, Spruce™ and TeamDesign® software products. Now, with this newly released integration, JobBOSS users will also be able to reap the same benefits to accelerate their ecommerce capabilities and reduce credit card processing fees.
“Since implementing NET1 in 2017, we’ve been able to accept all major credit cards through our website to enhance our competitive advantage,” said Gail Rayner, Director, Accounting & Human Resources of Distek, Inc. – an M1 user. “The interface is extremely user friendly and allows for us to easily view or adjust transactions online, print customer receipts at any time and reconcile receipts with bank statements.”
“NET1 has proven to be a valuable asset in enabling manufacturers to expand sales through ecommerce,” said Jeff Ralyea, President, ECI Manufacturing Division. “We’re thrilled to be offering that option to our JobBOSS customers, who will now be able to streamline their accounting and accounts receivable practices, enhance reporting and increase data security – all of which are essential to manufacturers in today’s business climate.”