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Quiz: How Well Do You Know Payment Processing?

Article Highlights:

  • How well do you know the things you use every day?
  • Is your payment processor protecting you and your customers?

Payment processing is a vital part of every business. It’s the PIN pad at the gas pump and the checkout portal on your favourite website. It’s how your customers pay for service visits, down payments, and more.

But do you know how it works?

It takes a lot to make sure the right payment card gets charged for the right amount at the right time all while protecting personal information to prevent costly data leaks.

Take this quiz to see if you know how payment processing works and how it helps your business.

What does point-to-point encryption do?
A fully equipped payment processor can support which kind of payments?
Where can payment processing be used in the dealership?
How can a thorough payment processor improve efficiency in the accounting department?
True or False: Payments on a credit card terminal can match the DMS 100% of the time.
How does tokenization work to protect card information?

 

Almost everyone uses some form of payment card regularly. Click here to learn more about how the payment processor you choose can impact your business.

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Product Planning, Reynolds and Reynolds

Tim is a Product Planning manager at Reynolds and Reynolds for the
ERA-IGNITE platform, Business Office applications, Document Archiving solutions, Networking solutions, and ReyPAY®.

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