FileMaker Credit Card Verification App Updated

Waves in Motion have released their FileMaker based credit card validation application, oAzium cc Authorize 2.0. cc Authorize allows users using FileMaker to automate credit card approval, and choose the verification system of their choice. According to Waves in Motion:

With oAzium cc Authorize 2.0 for the Macintosh, the developers at Waves in Motion were the first on that platform to build online credit card authorization into a simple FileMaker Pro plug-in. And now with the release of the new cross-platform version, the owners of Windows systems can authorize credit cards right from their desktop or integrate these transactions directly into their e-commerce projects.

cc Authorize now supports three payment networks: Authorize.net, Verisign Payment Services, and e-SELECT through the Royal Bank in Canada. Whichever network you choose, the transaction process is guaranteed to be straightforward, secure . . . and fast.

In fact, with the time-out function built into cc Authorize, youill never keep your online customers waiting, even if the authorization system goes down or wonit respond. You can keep these orders for later processing or invite the customer to try again, whatever best fits the way you want to do business.

"oAzium cc Authorize has provided a way for our team to build an extremely robust e-commerce solution," says Todd Harper of Apple Computer. "Itis easy to setup and configure, and flexible enough to build a custom solution without the constraints of other authorization products on the market."

oAzium cc Authorize is available as a stand-alone application or as a plug-in running under FileMaker Pro 4.0 or 5.0. You can download a demo version from the Waves In Motion web site. It runs for 20 days and allows you to use all the features available in the full version.

Pricing for cc Authorize begins at US$200. You can find more information at the Wave in Motion web site.

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