3Delta Systems (3DSI), a provider of online business-to-business (B2B) credit payment solutions, has launched a new high-performance payment processing platform, Payment WorkSuite. With its extensible design, administrative controls and multiple layers of security, this software-as-a-service (SaaS) technology aims to transform how online payments are processed.
Aaron Bills, founder and chief operating officer (COO) of 3DSI, said: “In the payments arena, we dared to be different by building a next-generation platform from scratch that addresses the vast complexities of how businesses and government agencies conduct payment transactions and their need to balance numerous security, operational, financial and compliance requirements.
“Our customers equate peace of mind with payment tools that increase their productivity, cut operating costs and lower business risk,” Bills explained. “For enterprise-level organisations with multiple subsidiaries, that means an easy-to-use yet highly customisable platform capable of integrating smoothly with existing accounting systems as well as third party business applications, one that applies permission-based business rules to reliably authenticate individual users and their level of access, tightly secures confidential data at multiple levels, handles international as well as domestic tender types, and provides a detailed audit trail so that you know who touched what data and when. Smaller companies will appreciate the platform’s streamlined navigation, added security and the ability to scale as their business grows.”
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