2C Processor (2CP) Announces Ninth-Year Platinum Sponsorship at Sage Intacct Advantage 2018

2CP to be a Platinum Sponsor at Sage Intacct Advantage 2018, One of the Largest Cloud Accounting Events of the Year

EL SEGUNDO, Calif.Sept. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — 2C Processor USA (2CP), a leader in payment systems, security, and integration, is honored to announce its ninth-year as a Platinum Sponsor with Sage Intacct at the 2018 Advantage Customer and Partner Conference in Nashville, Tennessee on October 22-26, 2018. Sage Intacct Advantage is expected to attract more than 3,000 attendees with top finance executives and industry leaders showcasing their best business practices and techniques.

2CP will offer live product demonstrations at its booth for Sage Intacct customers to view its full suite of Sage Intacct marketplace applications for accounts receivable and sales automation. These solutions include a new Customer Portal interface, the new Email Invoicing Pay Links option, improvements to 2CP’s Recurring Payments application, and much more. All of these solutions are embedded within Sage Intacct in menus and screens developed on the Sage Intacct platform. Accounts Receivable and E-Commerce Payments Automation is 2CP’s forte, and the Sage Intacct API combined with 2CP’s payment gateway and merchant services provide a complete payments solution for Sage Intacct clients.

Besides demonstrations at the booth, 2CP will also be presenting all of its solutions in an hour-long session on Wednesday, October 24 at 11:30AM CST. Then, on Wednesday, October 24 at 3:00PM CST, one of 2CP’s top customers has been selected for a panel discussion called “Streamlining Accounts Receivable” where they will showcase how 2CP’s automation solutions and merchant services help them increase cash flow, decrease DSO, and reduce overhead.

“We are looking forward to another great showing at Advantage this year and very proud to be associated with the Sage Intacct brand,” states William Barber, CEO of 2CP. “Sponsoring Advantage as well as the Partner Summit is very important to us, not only for the chance to gain new customers and partners, but also to interact with Sage Intacct’s amazing employees, their very knowledgeable Partner/Reseller channel, and our hundreds of common existing customers, on a more personal and interactive level. Every year we learn something new that makes our solutions even better, it really is just a fantastic product that raises the bar for the ERP industry every year.”

With over a decade of experience developing and perfecting its applications, 2CP will be announcing its latest upgrade in e-mail invoicing. The new design embeds a pay link in any Order Entry Email Template within Sage Intacct. Merch- ants will now have the ability to include a pay link and the PDF invoice generated directly from Sage Intacct when using the Print/Email function within the Order Entry menu. 2CP will also be announcing its newest features added to its most favored Customer Portal module, promised to improve performance and offer an even greater client experience.

Advantage 2018, Sage Intacct’s week-long conference is one of the largest cloud accounting events of the year, designed to engage, learn, and network from both speakers and peers. To register for this event, visit http://www.sageintacct.com/advantage . We hope to meet you at Booth #47!

2C Processor USA (2CP) is a registered payments processor and a leader in payment systems, transactions security, and enhanced payment solutions for ERP integrations. Utilizing our proprietary PCI-DSS compliant payment gateway (TPro), tokenization and encryption, and multiple payment platforms and acquiring bank relationships, we seek to meld various technologies into one streamlined process flow to decrease processing costs, increase cash flow, and improve operational efficiency. Founded in 2001, 2CP is headquartered in El Segundo, California and maintains separate offices in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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