ChargeLogic Payments’ Fraud Protection Suite is another layer of security for credit card processing in Dynamics NAV in addition to the security offered by your payment processor. It is designed to prevent a potentially fraudulent order from shipping after the authorization request has gone out to the processor and the card is approved. It gives you varying amounts of control over transactions, from providing you with a warning to declining transactions based on the settings you choose. Here are five setups to [...]
We are exhibiting at this year’s Convergence, March 16-19. We will be available to meet with you to discuss everything including credit card processing for Dynamics NAV,tokenization, accepting credit card payments and orders on e-commerce sites and having the data flow into NAV, and shipping for NAV. We are eager to share updates with you about ChargeLogic Shipping as well as how we are addressing EMV (chip and pin) with ChargeLogic Payments. Be sure to stop by—we’d love to see you there!
The best way to make sure that you are getting the most out of ChargeLogic Payments is to ask your Microsoft Dynamics NAV partner for an annual checkup. A ChargeLogic Payments Checkup reviews all of your settings to ensure that they are properly adjusted to meet your business’s needs. Optimized settings provide you with maximum security, automated processes, and the ability to get the lowest credit card processing fees possible. Annual Checkup 1. Save Money. Making adjustments to the Store Settlement Options [...]
Last week, I sat in on a webinar that the PCI Security Standards Council (PCI-SSC) presented to outline the training opportunities they offer to merchants, IT professionals, and auditors. During this event, they mentioned the top five mistakes that they’ve seen that can lead to security vulnerabilities. These resonated with us because of security breaches that we’ve seen over the last year or explanations we’ve given about overall compliance toChargeLogic customers and Dynamics NAV users. Here are the top five mistakes that [...]