GDpay now offers merchants the ability to process transactions with low-cost interchange plus pricing using a QuickBooks plug-in.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) June 19, 2014
GDpay, a leading merchant service provider, is now offering merchants the ability to process transactions directly in QuickBooks without using Intuit credit card processing.
Many business owners that want to process credit card transactions directly in their Intuit QuickBooks accounting software mistakenly believe that their only merchant service options are through Intuit processing, such as Intuit’s mobile solution GoPayment or Intuit QuickBooks Payments. In actuality, this is not the case. Intuit credit card processing is more expensive than GDpay’s processing options, and despite commonly held beliefs, merchants integrating with QuickBooks software are not required to use it. GDpay now offers merchants the ability to process transactions with low-cost interchange plus pricing using a QuickBooks plug-in.
“Over the years I’ve noticed that almost all businesses use an accounting software such as QuickBooks, Sage, or a cloud-based accounting solution,” says GDpay Managing Director Kevin Yox. “We want these merchants to know that they are no longer forced to pay higher credit card processing fees as a price for the convenience of integrating with these systems. We now offer a solution that combines accounting integration with low processing fees.”
The QuickBooks plug-in accounting integration now available through GDpay is versatile and includes a variety of features. Merchants may integrate with QuickBooks Pro, Premier, and Enterprise accounting software as long as they are using a Windows operating system. This accounting integration can be set up to apply transactions that are swiped, accepted online, or taken via a mobile device. There is also an option of setting up recurring transactions that can sync transaction data directly into QuickBooks.
The QuickBooks plug-in GDpay offers is capable of full accounting software integration and includes many time-saving features. Like Intuit GoPayment, the plug-in may be used in conjunction with Apple or Android devices to quickly and easily take swiped payments and then download those transactions into QuickBooks. Like Intuit QuickBooks Payments, the QuickBooks plug-in offered by GDpay is capable of taking payments directly in QuickBooks. Merchants may select invoices within QuickBooks and apply full or partial payments within the software. Merchants may also allow their customers to use secure online bill payment methods and then download these payments into QuickBooks for quick and easy record keeping.
GDpay reports that merchants who have taken advantage of the offer to integrate with or process directly in QuickBooks are very happy with the service so far, noting that this feature saves time and makes their accounting easier. Future releases include a sync function for QuickBooks Point of Sale system and QuickBooks Online cloud-based service.
“We are happy to see such a positive response from the merchants integrating their processing with QuickBooks at a rate lower than what Intuit offers,” says Kevin Yox. “We expect this to be a popular option for merchants since it provides such a value in terms of both time and money.”
For more information on GDpay, or to receive information on how you can process credit cards directly in QuickBooks, visit GDpay.com.
GDpay is a privately held, self-funded ISO organization that has helped thousands of businesses in the United States find ideal payment solutions. GDpay offers credit card processing solutions ranging from traditional point of sale systems to ecommerce and mobile processing. GDpay.com provides educational tools so merchants will better understand credit card processing pricing structures and make educated choices when choosing a processor.