Navigating the third-party solution process on your campus

Third-party solution providers don't have to give higher-ed leaders more of a headache--the right one can decrease stress and boost productivity


Payment solutions can be a headache for colleges and universities–but this doesn’t have to be the case.

More institutions are turning to third-party payment solution providers for processing and PCI compliance, which is a set of guidelines businesses must follow to protect customers and cardholders as credit card transactions are processed.

Third-party solution providers can ease some of the burden on colleges and universities. Watch this eCampus News webinar to learn how these providers can lower PCI scope for schools and provide value-added services that help save time, increase security, and lower processing costs.

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