Shift4 to Provide Payment Processing for Harley-Davidson Dealers (DMS)
Las Vegas, Nevada ? April 25, 2007 ? Shift4 Corporation, a leading developer of enterprise payment solutions, today announced that it has entered into an agreement with Harley-Davidson Dealer Systems to provide secure credit card payment processing. Fully integrated with Harley-Davidson?s Dealer Management System (DMS), Shift4 Corporation’s system allows credit, debit, check and gift card transactions to be processed quickly, accurately and securely.
Shift4’s DOLLARS ON THE NET® (DOLLARS ON THE NET) is a comprehensive payment gateway that is integrated with Harley-Davidson?s dealer management system, giving dealers the opportunity to replace stand-alone terminals with the new integrated solution. “Shift4 is proud to bring our commitment to security and reliability to our relationship with one America?s most famous companies,” stated Dave Oder, President and CEO, Shift4 Corporation.
DOLLARS ON THE NET with Tokenization technology allows Harley-Davidson dealers to choose any bank, and processor to achieve the best rates and service. In addition, Harley-Davidson’s DMS is fully integrated with Shift4?s gift card processing partners to allow users to swipe, charge, report, and process balance inquiries from the same place they charge credit cards.
About Shift4 Corporation
Shift4, a leading developer of secure financial transaction processing software and services, provides web-based, real-time enterprise payment solutions for leaders in the hospitality, retail, foodservices, auto rental and e-commerce markets. Through connectivity to most major processors, DOLLARS ON THE NET provides both high speed and low cost authorizations and settlements for credit, debit, check, private label and gift card transactions. DOLLARS ON THE NET also includes the ability to access, review and edit transactions prior to settlement, as well as a searchable, 24-month archive of transactions for reporting and charge back defense. For more information, contact Marketing Department at (702) 597-2480 or visit Shift4 online at www.shift4.com.