Atomic Software announces the availability of a payment pipeline designed to provide seamless integration between Microsoft’s Site Server Commerce Edition and Atomic’s iAuthorizer payment service. The pipeline is a component selected to complete an on-line real time credit card payment for e-commerce sites and is available for download from Microsoft MSDN or from Atomic as part of its API Developers kit. ([www.iAuthorizer.com])
E-commerce sites developed using Site Server can add real time transaction processing by linking the site’s order form to Atomic’s iAuthorizer payment portal. The pipeline component formats the information needed by payment processors to complete a credit card transaction. iAuthorizer is certified on all major payment networks for credit card transactions and is in the forefront of supporting purchase card transactions on the Internet. Purchase cards are used increasingly in business to business transactions on the Internet. Atomic’s iAuthorizer service supports level 2 and level 3, on selective financial processors.
“The availability of the pipeline greatly expands the marketability of our service and allows users to work with a premier provider in the Internet space.” notes Walter Murphy VP of Business Development for Atomic. “By working with Microsoft, we can make a site developer’s life a little less stressful.”
Atomic Software will exhibit at Spring Internet World, April 5 – 7, (booth 5045) and at Microsoft’s Pavilion at Spring Networld + Interop 2000, May 9 – 11.
The Payment Pipeline is added to the API Developer’s kit for the iAuthorizer payment service. The kit provides scripts for CGI, HTML, Java, Perl, ColdFusion. Atomic Software is a member of the Microsoft ISV program and publisher of the popular Authorizer transaction software, which runs under Windows 95/98 and NT and is available through thousands of banks and financial processors. Atomic also markets wireless transaction processing through its eComPort service from wireless transaction terminals manufactured by IVI/Checkmate, MIST, Tillsmith and Dassault AT.