Commerce Manager Ecommerce Solution

 

Commerce Manager from Nelnet Business Solutions allows each department to conduct business, collect information, and accept payments online for non-registration type online payment activity.

Key features that differ from the eVENTS System:

  • Allows for pass-through authentication (i.e. Pass student ID # and name after login to the myPlymouth portal).
  • Individualized business rules:
    • Types of online payments accepted – e-check and/or credit cards
    • Type of credit cards accepted – MasterCard, Visa, Discover and/or American Express
  • Data integration into PSU-owned software applications (i.e. Banner STUDENT system)

Current applications of the ecommerce solution include:

  • Tuition Bill payments
  • Tuition/Housing deposit payments
  • Pay2Print purchases
  • FlexCash Purchases
  • Global Education Study Away and National Student Exchange Applications
  • And More..

If you are in need of an ecommerce solution, contact the Budgeting and Accounting Services Office at 535-3293 or psu-budget-accounting@plymouth.edu

 

 

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