If your nonprofit organization isn’t already set up to process credit card transactions, you should consider taking a look at Sage Payment Solutions to make it easy for your donors to make contributions. It’s integrated with Sage Fundraising 50, offering a simple and secure payment processing solution without the duplicate data entry and administrative burden. Let’s take a look.
One reason that organizations cite as a challenge in accepting credit card payments is the hassle of a labor-intensive transaction workflow. Without the right payment processing system in place, you may find it difficult to capture credit card details and process payments without extensive duplicate data entry into your Sage 100 Fund Accounting system … not to mention the countless hours each month manually reconciling transactions.
But luckily you don’t have to worry about any of that because Sage Payment Solutions is totally integrated with Sage Fundraising 50 which means you maintain one single set of information on your donors and reduce potential for errors.
Capture Secure Donations from Your Website
Sage Payment Solutions offers a “Donate Now” form that can be included on your website to process online gift information as well as options such as designations, recurring gifts, joining a mailing list, and more. And of course, safeguarding sensitive payment data is a top priority. That’s why constituent data is stored in the Sage Vault which is specifically designed to securely store credit card data in compliance with strict Payment Card Industry (PCI) security standards.
And when you enter payment information directly into Sage Fundraising 50 (instead of your website), the account number is immediately moved to Sage Vault for secure processing.
Sage Fundraising 50 integration with Sage Payment Solutions also provides a suite of payment processing reports. Credit Card Expiration Reports allow you to reach out to constituents when their credit card expires to receive updated information. Other reports include Bank/Credit Transactions Processed, Credit Card Error History Reports, and Bank Draft Error History Reports for full documented histories of the payment processing transactions.