Integrate Costpoint with ClientPay via InfotekBridge REST APIs

Clientpay is a revolutionary payment processing service for small to mid-sized businesses. It can dramatically improve your cash flow, giving you more time to focus on running your business and less time keeping tabs on invoices, receipts and money. Clientpay goes beyond simple bankcard and cheque processing by integrating with Costpoint, one of the leading providers of integrated e-commerce solutions. When you need to process credit card payments, be it to meet delivery deadlines or to receive money from clients, cost points are a convenient and secure way of doing so. Clientpay payments integration with Costpoint will save you time and money, allowing you to concentrate on running your business, rather than being bogged down with petty cash.

There are a number of different solutions available to businesses that wish to switch their payment processing to include e-commerce solutions like Clientpay. If you currently process online credit card payments, then it’s definitely worth investigating the possibilities of clientpay integration with Costpoint. This kind of payment integration brings complete control of your accounts receivable and accounts payable processes right to your company’s website, pre-linked to Costpoint.

Integrating Clientpay into your company’s cashflow is fast and simple via an InfotekBridge integration. When you choose to go down this route, you can start receiving money from clients immediately – meaning no hassle of chasing old envelopes, chasing bounced checks and dealing with money being left out of the accounts payable system. Instead, your online business can now process credit card payments, Clientpay routes all transactions through one single payment gateway, cutting your costs and increasing your cash flow. Combined with Infotekbridge’s seamless Costpoint integration, this will drastically reduce repetitive accounting processes.

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