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Lead Story

Diversification versus specialization: Which is better?

News

Industry Update

NetBank bubble bursts over mortgage loans

Feds propose rules on Internet gambling

Merchants give Congress their take on interchange

Kinks at the QSR drive-thru

Is the PCI DSS pie in the sky? The NRF's Hogan wants to know

Ontario nixes 'use it or lose it' gift cards

Features

The skinny on trade associations

U.K. banks push contactless tech, despite consumer demand for cash

Ron Delnevo
Bank Machine Ltd.

Views

The assault on interchange widens

Patti Murphy
The Takoma Group

Coping with the credit crunch

Biff Matthews
CardWare International

Clich├ęs, monsters and a dog named Spot

Education

Street SmartsSM:
Next stop: Tradeshows

Dee Karawadra
Impact PaySystem

Using e-mail effectively: Managing lists

Nancy Drexler
Marketing Moguls

Don't let security slide

Steve Schwimmer
Renaissance Merchant Services

PCI DSS implementation: A concise review

Robert Heinrich
Alpha Card Services Inc.

Dam spam with secure e-mail

Michael Petitti
Trustwave

The next ISO widow could be yours

Adam Atlas
Attorney at Law

Company Profile

Comstar Interactive

New Products

PIN protection for online purchases

PIN Debit Service
ATM Direct

A payment plug-in quick as a hare

Skipjack Payment Plug-in
Skipjack Financial Services, Inc.

Inspiration

Optimism is an inside job

Miscellaneous

POScript

Departments

Forum

Resource Guide

Datebook

Skyscraper Ad

The Green Sheet Online Edition

October 22, 2007  •  Issue 07:10:02

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New Products

A payment plug-in quick as a hare

Product: Skipjack Payment Plug-in

L ike a jack rabbit hopping from hole to hole, the Skipjack Payment Plug-in enables QuickBooks users to process credit, debit and PIN debit card payments, and then automatically post the payments to QuickBooks.

A product of Skipjack Financial Services Inc., the plug-in lets users key or swipe credit cards from within the QuickBooks application itself, which can enable real-time payments and eliminate time consuming manual reconciliation caused by nonintegrated payment solutions. The plug-in supports both card swipe devices and receipt printers for card present, face-to-face transactions.

The product features PIN debit support, a "click and pay" interface and data support to aid in customer inquiries. It has an automatic payment error correction utility for transaction recovery due to hardware failure. And it has optional fraud prevention tools, such as Address Verification Service for U.S. cardholders.

Powered by the Skipjack Transaction Network, the plug-in allows the merchant access to Skipjack's arsenal of payment management and reporting tools, which gives the merchant the ability to void, refund and reauthorize a payment for a different amount and generate a variety of reports to locate a specific payment or reconcile bank deposits.

With the plug-in merchants can automatically delete a payment reference if that payment is canceled. It can generate a customer or merchant e-mail receipt and it has printer support for hard copy receipts. It also has a stand-alone virtual POS mode for payments that are not generated by Quickbooks.

Designed to improve the process of accepting payments for all major card brands and types (including Canada's Interac PIN-based debit cards), Skipjack works for brick-and-mortar retailers, MO/TO operations and Internet-based stores. The plug-in is available to acquirers, ISOs and merchant level salespeople through Skipjack's reseller channel.

The Skipjack Payment Plug-in currently supports these QuickBooks versions: QuickBooks Professional (USA Version) 2005, 2006, 2007; QuickBooks Professional (Canadian Version) 2006, 2007; QuickBooks Premier (USA Version) 2005, 2006, 2007; QuickBooks Premier (Canadian Version) 2006, 2007.

Skipjack Financial Services, Inc.
888-368-8507
www.skipjack.com

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