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June 29, 2016updated 21 Oct 2016 4:37pm

Mastercard combines with Microsoft for payments on MS Dynamics

MasterCard announced it will collaborate with Microsoft to bring simple and secure e-commerce payments to Microsoft Dynamics users.

By Sam

Microsoft Dynamics customers will have access to a system that connects their end-to-end planning and sales. Mastercard supplied Simplify Commerce is a secure cloud-based payments platform which helps businesses maximise online and mobile sales.

The firms are promising Easy Integration: Businesses can easily add payments to Dynamics AX to begin accepting and managing online and call centre payments within their existing operation.

Seamless Updates: Customers will stay up to date on the latest developments in the payments industry — from security to regulatory protocols — without lifting a finger. Through the integration, users will automatically take advantage of coordinated updates from MasterCard and Microsoft.

Expansive Global Footprint: Simplify Commerce provides connectivity to acquirers worldwide through a single connection point. Businesses can expand geographically without hitting payments hurdles.

It will be available in the coming weeks through Microsoft Dynamics AX in 13 countries: UK, U.S, Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Mexico, New Zealand, South Africa and the Netherlands. Additional market availability is planned over time.

"Businesses need to be able to sell to their customers wherever they are without headache or hassle," says Deborah Barta, Simplify Commerce global lead, MasterCard. "We want to make life easier for businesses as they grow, and we look forward to working with Microsoft to bring safe, simple and secure electronic payments to more businesses around the world."

Simplify Commerce is just one of the ways MasterCard works to help businesses grow. Around the globe, MasterCard helps businesses manage cash flow and grow sales through a suite of solutions and advice designed to address the day-to-day demands of running a business – operating efficiently, getting paid quickly, simply and securely and easily paying for goods and services.

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