• Subject: Re: Looking for AS/400 Based Credit Card Clearing Software
  • From: "Mike Cunningham" <mcunning@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2000 19:53:41 -0500

I use this software also and have never had a problem with it. It is a
little more restrictive than the ROI product in that it does the MAPP
credit card process only.  From the looks of the dumps I got when I
would pass it invalid data it appears to be written in COBOL.

>>> jmullins@sundash.com 11/21/00 05:27PM >>>
Hi Al:

We use a program from C&C Computer Consultants.  I'm not sure if you
can get
the source code or not but we have never needed it.  You have to write
all
of your own interfaces but the call to their program is very simple, so
it
shouldn't take long to put something together.  It supports both
interactive
and batch processing of the credit card transactions so it should be
able to
do what you want.  We used to use their program on our old CISC box but
that
was over four years ago.  I don't know if they still support the CISC
models
or not.  As far as support goes, I have always received top support
from
this company.

Their number is 717-697-2054.

Good luck and Happy Thanksgiving!



Jack Mullins
Sun Ergoline





Hi,

I have a client in a highly seasonal business.  The have credit card
clearing software that they use now that makes a phone call for each
and
every transaction.  The transaction by transaction processing is
highly
appropriate in the off season.  But during the height of the season,
they
can literally be processing tens of transactions per minute, and one
call
per transaction queues up into the evening, which is unacceptable from
a
business practices/customer satisfaction perspective.

I need software that either comes with well documented source, or can
be
set to tune itself for transactional volume sensitivity.

The customer is currently CISC, but would move to RISC if this were a
requirement.

It should be AS/400 based in RPG, not a PC solution.

Any and all suggestions are appreciated.

BTW, if this is my last post before the holiday, Happy Thanksgiving to
all
of you, and don't eat too much.  (Just look at me!)

Al


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