VIRTUAL TERMINAL GATEWAY from eComTechnology
The Virtual Terminal Gateway allows merchants to process transactions anywhere in the world from web-enabled devices. The Virtual Terminal supports various payment methods including ACH, credit cards and debit cards.
Unique Features of the Virtual Terminal:
- Real time form field validation – Helps eliminate key-entry errors by highlighting invalid fields and providing positive reinforcement for valid entries.
- Ability to use encrypted card readers – Secure card readers allow merchants to accept card present transactions. This lowers the risk of fraud and allows merchants to receive discounted processing rates.
- Check scanning devices – Check scanners provide a fast and efficient way for merchants to process multiple checks and avoid costly mistakes associated with typographical errors.
- Customer Tokenization – While using the Virtual Terminal, merchants may elect to save sensitive customer data in the Customer Vault for future billing purposes.
Got An Internet Connection?
Merchants can swipe credit cards, key-in cards or even process checks, it can all be done via your browser from anywhere.
This is easy for our merchants to bill their customers regularly. All they have to do is establish a recurring billing schedule and the gateway handles the rest.
Multiple MIDs All In One Place
We can board and manage multiple MIDs on our single gateway account so they can consolidate reporting, manage branches, organize products, etc.
Merchants with multiple MIDs on their single gateway account to automatically determine which MIDs to route transactions to based on advanced load balancing directives.
We’ve Got You More Than Covered
With over 125+ Processor Integrations and 150+ Shopping Cart Integrations, we’re pretty confident that we have the integration(s) you’re looking for.
Merchants Manage Their Stuff
We provide our merchants with a unified product database that they can use to enter and manage product SKUs of frequently sold items for quick recall at checkout for Virtual Terminal transactions.