AMCS’ payment solution enhances the customer payment experience and opens new automated payment streams to waste and recycling operators.
Limerick, Ireland, 9 May 2019: AMCS, digital innovators in the waste and recycling industry, has integrated a comprehensive omnichannel payments solution into the AMCS Platform. AMCS Pay offers waste & recycling operators feature-rich payment services that broaden their ability to compete in a rapidly evolving marketplace. The AMCS Pay solution also provides businesses with competitive pricing for both payment gateway and merchant accounts fees.
AMCS Pay delivers the latest in payment technologies, security, and compliance as standard. And as the industry evolves across these functions, AMCS ensures that their customers do too. As part of the service, and through their partnership with Global Payments, AMCS manages the full feature set, enhancements, security, and support, so customers don’t need to.
Every feature of AMCS Pay has been carefully considered based on the needs, and AMCS’ expert knowledge, of the waste and recycling industry. For end customers, the solution enables users to operate in a secure payment-processing environment. It provides fraud management software (features such as auto expiry update, verifications, and security checks), 3D Secure processing (fraud prevention), and full PCI compliant certification, as standard.
Designed to work ‘out of the box, the AMCS Pay services enable pro-active payment capture through multiple channels. The services include card payments (eCommerce & card present), mobile payments, transaction services, and many alternative payment methods.
In addition to delivering efficiency to waste and recycling operations, AMCS Pay optimizes payment workflows and processes across customer billing and payment touchpoints. It supports customer self-service payments (IVR, Customer Portal, SMS, email, and invoice), Enterprise Management reoccurring, advanced, and ad-hoc payments, and also weighbridge and drives POS payments.
Speaking at the launch, Malcolm Lynch, Global Head of Platform Connectivity commented, ”With AMCS Pay we are committed to delivering the latest in payment technologies and security to our customer base. This new payment solution now comes pre-integrated with AMCS Platform, so our customers now get instant deployment with built-in, multi-channel payment options. This supports enterprise-wide payment touch-points, such as those with customer service agents and right through to drivers with, for example, weighbridge point of sales payments.
A key value adds for our customers is that there’s no need for any development costs or integrations, it's ready to go and delivered to a high specification. We are committed to the ongoing development of AMCS Pay’s features, specific to, and that benefit, the waste, and recycling industry. This is further committed through our continuous development roadmap and partnership with Global Payments, a leading worldwide provider of payment technology and software solutions”.
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