BluePay Develops Plugin for NetSuite
NAPERVILLE, IL (September 4, 2014) – Leading payments processor, BluePay, recently developed a plugin for NetSuite, a cloud-based business management software system encompassing ERP, CRM, and E-Commerce. BluePay’s plugin works entirely inside NetSuite, using the same look, feel, and terminology as the popular software package.
Merchants need a BluePay gateway account to use the NetSuite plugin. The integration currently allows merchants to process payments straight from the Sales Orders or Customer Deposits pages within the software. This functionality can also be added to other screens within NetSuite if a merchant requests it.
BluePay’s NetSuite plugin helps merchants maintain the highest standards of security and reduce their PCI scope through the use of tokenization technology – the process of replacing sensitive payment information with a unique value assigned by the BluePay gateway - the token - that is essentially useless to hackers.
“Once a merchant processes a transaction, a BluePay token is stored inside of NetSuite for that customer,” said Justin Slingerland, the plugin’s developer. “This token is linked to that customer for any subsequent transactions, so the merchant will never need to enter credit card or E-check/ACH information for the customer again.”
Some of the convenient features of BluePay’s NetSuite plugin include the capability to accept credit cards and E-checks/ACH, as well as the ability to view detailed transaction information by customer, dates, and status.
More information on the NetSuite plugin is available on the Developers section of the BluePay website (www.bluepay.com/developers). Merchants can also demo the plugin prior to committing to the installation. BluePay has a team of integration support experts to assist and answer any questions Merchants using the plugin might have.
BluePay is a leading provider of technology-enabled credit card payment processing services for enterprise, small, and medium-sized businesses in the United States and Canada. Through physical POS, online, and mobile interfaces, BluePay processes payments and provides real-time settlement, reporting, and reconciliation, along with robust security features such as tokenization and point-to-point encryption. BluePay is headquartered in Naperville, Illinois, with offices in Chicago and New York. For more information, follow BluePay on all of the social media outlets or visit www.bluepay.com.