Charge It!

MaxQ Charge It! streamlines credit card processing by eliminating the need to access multiple systems, reducing redundant tasks and improved accuracy.  By automating and streamlining credit card processing, Charge It! speeds up the process and reduces mistakes that can be made using systems that require manual processing.    Easy to use and install, MaxQ Charge It! also comes packed with helpful features to further streamline transaction processes.

MaxQ Charge It! is designed to meet the Payment Applications Data Security Standards (PA-DSS).


Designed for Microsoft Dynamics SL

  • Easy and intuitive user interface
  • Integrates with MaxQ Document Agent and Recurring Billings modules
  • Direct access from the Microsoft Dynamics SL menu (sales order entry or shipper screens)
  • Easily voids a sale or credit with error correction
  • Single server use for all Microsoft Dynamics SL operators
  • Provides options for implementation.  Can be implemented using the AR modules, Order Management or the Charge It! Object

Security and Controls You Require For Successful Processing

  • Encryption methods using SQL Server
  • Pre-approval of transactions & optionally deducts credit fees automatically
  • Allows for deferred transactions – when credit card information is retrieved on a web site, the order can be created later with automatic matching
  • Uses Address Verification Service (AVS) to confirm legitimacy of transactions
  • Places automatic hold on rejected credit card transactions
  • Produces Credit Card Rejection Reports
  • Credit card auditing
  • Enhanced credit card purging

Additional Features To Streamline Credit Card Processing

  • Integrated with PayPal’s Payflow Pro
  • Ability to process non US currency
  • Auto-stores credit card data
  • Multiple credit cards application for a single sales order or invoice
  • Process transactions on-line or via batch mode
  • Supports back-orders and partial shipments
  • Creates automatic transaction for booking fees, revenue, marking invoices as paid and making receivables