PDCflow Announces Bank Account Tokenization

PDCflow Announces Bank Account Tokenization

Ogden, Utah – As part of their ongoing dedication to provide secure, convenient payment communications to consumers, PDCflow announces new bank account tokenization capabilities for ACH payments.

ACH tokenization enhances the already strong data security and fraud protection within PDCflow’s User Interface (UI) without impacting current or future merchant operations. Companies can continue to build and host payment workflows, while relying on PDCflow to capture, encrypt and tokenize ACH information.

This feature is also available through API integration. Companies can integrate to PDCflow’s APIs and offer bank account number and credit card tokenization within their own website or system. PDCflow will handle the payment processing and will return a token rather than sensitive payment data.

“We’re excited to enhance the payment security we offer through our new ACH tokenization,” says PDCflow Product Manager Kristen Makanoa. “The bank account numbers are collected directly by PDCflow and securely stored, keeping businesses and consumers at lower risk of stolen or misused data.”

For more information about how using ACH tokenization provides a secure online payment environment, contact PDCflow today.

About PDCflow

PDCflow is a payment gateway that empowers organizations to engage consumers through digital communication and payment channels. With patented FLOW Technology, the software gives businesses flexibility and control over the secure delivery and capture of business transactions, including payments, signatures, photos and documents through digital channels.

Flexible and customizable APIs allow platforms to easily integrate, giving their users the ability to accept payments through multiple channels and electronic communication methods while keeping their software out of PCI scope. Integrators save on the cost and time of PCI compliance while still having control over their user experience.

Programming and customer operations for PDCflow’s national client base have been completed in-house in Ogden, Utah, since the company’s founding in 2003. Find out more about PDCflow at https://www.pdcflow.com/.

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