More NewsBeMac Payments Builds PayGate for Bureau, BACS and Corporate Treasury Functions

BeMac Payments Builds PayGate for Bureau, BACS and Corporate Treasury Functions

Payments systems provider BeMac Payments, a Barron McCann company, has built three baseline PayGate systems: PayGate Online, PayGate BACS and PayGate Enterprise. PayGate is a modular payments gateway managing the entire process, from payment data validation all the way through to payment execution.

The PayGate family comprises:

  • PayGate Online, a cloud-based bureau service ideal for smaller customers, plus those wishing to run separate payroll processing and as a disaster recovery and business continuity service.
  • PayGate BACS, ideal for small to medium-sized organisations requiring a UK only payments processing capability.
  • PayGate Enterprise, designed for multi-site, multi-company, multi-currency, and multi-application payment operations.

“We worked with a number of our key customers to design these systems,” said John Doyle, BeMac Payment services manager. “The new PayGate family will help guide prospective customers who can then tailor their own PayGate with our PayGate Plus Modules to quickly produce the system that best meets their specific needs. We are not aware of any other payment solutions provider offering such a flexible, yet structured service.”

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