We are excited to have added the SIGIS certification and IIAS compliance to our solution for the independent pharmacy
Fountain Valley, CA (PRWEB) January 30, 2009
CAM Commerce Solutions, Inc. announced today that its CAM Pharmacy Point of Sale software has received SIGIS (Special Interest Group - IIAS Standards) certification. This certification allows pharmacies using the Company's POS product to comply with new IRS regulations for accepting FSA (Flexible Spending Account) cards.
"We are excited to have added the SIGIS certification and IIAS compliance to our solution for the independent pharmacy", said Roy Banks, CEO of CAM Commerce Solutions. "We are one of the first point of sale solution providers to offer Pharmacy merchants the ability to accept FSA cards and comply with the new IRS IIAS regulations".
CAM Pharmacy Point of Sale software automates the store operations of the independent pharmacy. Through its integration with many leading pharmacy dispensing systems, the CAM point of sale software offers pharmacies a complete solution when automating a store. With the addition of IIAS support and SIGIS certification, the CAM Pharmacy Point of Sale software allows pharmacies to accept FSA (Flexible Spending Account) cards. Recent IRS regulations require pharmacies to employ point of sale systems that comply with IIAS (Inventory Information Approval System) if they wish to continue accepting FSA cards as forms of payment. As of June 30th 2009, pharmacies who have not implemented an IIAS compliant system will be excluded from accepting FSA cards.
About CAM Commerce Solutions
CAM Commerce Solutions, Inc. provides multi-channel commerce solutions for merchants that are based on the Company's open architecture software products for inventory management, point of sale, sales transaction processing, accounting, and payment processing. These solutions often include hardware, installation, training, service, and payment processing services provided by the Company. You can visit CAM Commerce Solutions at http://www.iiaspointofsale.com.
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Chester Ritchie, Vice President Sales & Marketing
CAM Commerce Solutions, Inc.