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Linux Journal: Payment Plus: Hotter than Hell's KitchenJan 23, 2000, 15:56 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by David Penn)
"Our software is designed to run on a Linux server," noted Jeff Foster, vice president for business development at Payment Plus, in an e-mail. "Over 90% of our customers have a 'Linux box,' no matter what system they are running internally."
"LiveProcessor is the "payment processor" from Payment Plus, a company that has been processing payments for companies including Prudential, AT&T Labs, AAA, Tupperware, Quote.com and many others. According to Mr. Foster, Payment Plus processes payments for just shy of 60 companies, and averages over 500,000 such transactions a day. Oddly enough, considering the recognition Hell's Kitchen received, Payment Plus is by far the more complete payment processing "solution," offering both frame relay connections and real time authorization for high volume clients."
"The Payment Plus e-commerce "package" consists of LiveProcessor 2.1; "Assist," the company's open source browser interface; and an embedded, searchable database product which stores all transactions, authorizations, declines and deposits."
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