GPUG Summit 2018

Nodus Sponsors GPUG Summit 2018

Pack your bags! It’s time for Summit 2018! GPUG Summit 2018 will be held in Phoenix, AZ, from October 15-18th and Nodus is proud to be a returning sponsor. This conference brings together Microsoft Dynamics GP users of all levels to network, learn, and grow with each other. This year, Nodus will be bringing enhanced […]

CRM Charge AppSource press release

Nodus Technologies Inc.’s CRM Charge Now Available on Microsoft AppSource

ANAHEIM, CA, United States — July 31, 2018 — Nodus Technologies Inc. today announced the availability of CRM Charge on Microsoft AppSource, an online cloud marketplace providing tailored line-of-business solutions. CRM Charge is an application that allows users to accept credit card or electronic check (eCheck) transactions from directly within Microsoft Dynamics 365. CRM Charge […]

Avoiding Chargebacks

How to Avoid Chargebacks

Accepting payments from customers can be a hassle for merchants. Once the payments are finally processed, the last thing a merchant wants is to find out that their bank has issued chargebacks for amounts that have already been collected. What is a Chargeback? A chargeback is when an issuing bank forcibly returns funds to a consumer, […]

level 2 and 3 processing

Level 2 and 3 Processing

If you’re a merchant who accepts credit cards as a form of payment, you are probably aware that you are being charged processing fees for accepting those credit cards. However, the fees that you are being charged can vary, and they are not always easy to understand. The following is a quick explanation of the […]

CRM Charge Now On AppSource

Nodus is proud to announce that CRM Charge has been officially added to Microsoft AppSource. AppSource is Microsoft’s marketplace to help users find business applications for their Microsoft products. Within AppSource, users can research and test drive applications before committing to purchasing them for official use. Credit Card and ACH/eCheck Processing for CRM CRM Charge […]

PayPal PayFlowPro TLS Upgrade

PayPal PayFlowPro To Begin Incremental Processing Blackouts

The PCI Security Standards Council is requiring all merchants accepting credit cards to migrate to the latest TLS 1.2 encryption protocol by June 30, 2018: https://blog.pcisecuritystandards.org/migrating-from-ssl-and-early-tls. In response to this, PayPal PayFlowPro will begin to cease service incrementally to merchants using outdated security protocols as a courtesy alert to remind them that they will soon permanently […]

Urgent Security Update: First Data and Others To Begin Incremental Processing Blackouts

This week, First Data announced the dates that they will begin their transition to the mandatory TLS 1.2 upgrade. They will start to decommission customers who are using outdated security protocols by implementing incremental processing blackouts.  This upgrade is required to comply with PCI Security Standards  (https://blog.pcisecuritystandards.org/migrating-from-ssl-and-early-tls). First Data will gradually cease service incrementally beginning […]