As eCommerce becomes a primary source of business for companies within every industry, securing credit card information is more critical than ever.
Users of EASYPayment enter credit card transactions into the portal, whether they were received over the phone, via fax, or in the mail. 128-bit encryption ensures data from these transactions is secured, whether in-house or secured with a third-party hosting site, such as Customer Information Manager from Authorize.net.
Upon shipment, your accounts receivable department can then capture the transaction through EASYPayment. After the transaction has been captured, the data is not be visible anywhere in your processes again.
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When receiving payments, nothing is more important than your customers' security. EASYPayment allows your company to accept multiple types of payments, including e-checks and credit cards. Below is a list of some of the security features offered by K-Rise Systems and its EASYPayment portal:
EASYPayment supports 128-bit Rijndael Encryption.
Secure logins with JD Edwards authentication and Active Directory, among others.
After implementation, EASYProcess gives your team full control of EASYPayment.
Capabilities within this portal include: Authorization, Settle, Sale, Void, and Credit, to name a few.
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EASYProcess can be implemented for all versions of JD Edwards, from the latest EnterpriseOne and further back to World 7.33. EASYProcess has the ability to call business functions within your system the way they are currently being used.
Have international customers and employees? Don't worry. EASYProcess makes use of emulators to perform background functions the same way as your users would. Direct table look-ups for inquiries can also be done by combining results with data from other sources as well. Reporting across data sources is a major feature of any EASYProcess application.
JD Edwards World Integration
EASYProcess uses ISeries/AS400 screen emulators to give you access to JD Edwards World transactions.
These emulators run as a server and host multiple sessions of ISeries as necessary.
EASYProcess allows you to write and read from these ISeries sessions/screens from the process orchestration.
This service uses standard ISeries emulator commands to do transactions in JD Edwards World.
JD Edwards E1: Business Function (BSFN) Integration
EASYProcess calls the JD Edwards Business Functions (BSFN) using XML Interoperability. To ensure that your business logic is enforced, all transactions use only BSFNs available on your enterprise server.
Master Files Integration
EASYProcess has the ability to connect directly to a JD Edwards database using ODBC, MSSQL or OleDB protocols. This allows EASYProcess to bring any data from JD Edwards or insert / update any data back into it. With EASYProcess it's possible to connect to both the JD Edwards Data Library and the JD Edwards Control Library, enabling the availability of UDC Codes.
EASYProcess can also use the JD Edwards ODA driver to enforce JD Edwards row and column-level security if needed.
In order for EASYProcess to take advantage of XML interoperability connectivity when calling business functions, user authentication is needed. This is common within two scenarios:
Scenario 1: Extending Accessibility of JD Edwards to new users (Such users are unauthenticated or do not exist within JD Edwards.)
EASYProcess connects to JD Edwards through a dedicated JD Edwards user.
Each JD Edwards transaction will be called by this dedicated JD Edwards user.
The new or unauthenticated user data can be stored within other columns of the table, such as "OrderedBy."
Scenario 2: Users of the Product Already are a Set of Users within JD Edwards
EASYProcess, using JD Edwards authentication, allows users to log in with a JD Edwards user I.D. and password.
JD Edwards transactions will be called by a user's own set of JD Edwards credentials.
Database Access Security
Row Level Security
EASYProcess can make use of the JD Edwards ODA/JDBC driver to enforce row and column level security.
Column Level Security
EASYProcess can mirror this security on its Web Parts, where the fields will display according to set restrictions (i.e. disabled, read only).
File Level Security
JD Edwards Master Data Files are accessed through the portal as well. Access to these files is conducted using a predetermined database user ID. This user ID is used for access to each file within JD Edwards, but is restricted by data within the web user profile (i.e. address book number).
EASYProcess is certified to integrate with SAP ECC 6.0 and all previous versions, including the R/3 product line. Naturally, this also applies to the individual modules of ECC, such as FICO, SRM, CRM, SCM, PLM, etc.
EASYProcess integrates with the SAP Business Object Repository (BOR) API using the SAP .NET Connector 3.0. EASYProcess can access an SAP business object by calling one of its BAPIs. For example, when EASYProcess wants to get a list of all companies, it would call the "BAPI_COMPANY_GETLIST" BAPI of the company business object. EASYProcess can also call non-BAPI function modules.
This integration format ensures that all integral logic and data access remains in SAP, leaving your EASYProcess team to work with the high-level business rules that produce ROI.
EASYProcess maintains the security protocols defined in SAP by using an SAP user account to make all BAPI and RFC calls. Anytime EASYProcess interacts with SAP, an SAP user account is utilized. This can be a service account that is used in all transactions, allowing non-SAP users to benefit from your EASYProcess web portals. Alternatively, users can log in to an EASYProcess web portal using their SAP user credentials, which are passed securely to SAP for verification, before any data is exposed or received. For any kind of security configuration you may have in place, EASYProcess is ready to authenticate with SAP through SAP-certified channels.
Because all K-Rise Systems enterprise applications are built using EASYProcess, gaining an understanding of this development platform will give important insight into the specific product you are exploring.
With the onset of PCI credit card security guidelines on the horizon, Caltrol wanted to ensure their credit card processing was as safe and secure as possible. As Caltrol uses JD Edwards, the company was concerned this could become a very complex issue.
How do you process payments, watch for shipments being processed, and capture and complete all of these transactions within JD Edwards as well as at the bank?
Caltrol turned to K-Rise Systems for a processing solution as a test for the speed of development with EASYProcess. K-Rise Systems implemented EASYPayment, integrating elements from JD Edwards as well as Authorize.Net. The implementation took three weeks' calendar time. EASYPayment was also implemented within their SharePoint environment as well to take advantage of the security features in this collaboration platform.
Caltrol now has a fully functioning credit card processing portal within its SharePoint environment. Transactions are conducted using tokens through the Authorize.Net Web Services and sensitive customer information is no longer stored or viewed within Caltrol's system.
Note: K-Rise Systems' EASYPayment portal integrates with any payment gateway and is included with the purchase of EASYCommerce as well.