EPX

4.4
(21)

EPX is a secure, fully integrated, international payments platform acting as processor, acquirer, and backend service partner.

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EPX Features

Payment Options

Real-Time Payments

Supports real time payments

97%
(Based on 5 reviews)

Coupons, Discounts, Promotions, and Gift Cards

Ability to accept coupons, discounts, promotions, and gift cards.

Not enough data available

Recurring Billing

Ability to charge customers on a recurring basis for subscription-based purchases

93%
(Based on 6 reviews)

Instant Payment

Customer data is securely stored so there is no need to repeatedly enter data for multiple purchases

91%
(Based on 5 reviews)

Accepted Credit Cards and Debit Cards

Ability to accept different types of credit and debit cards

94%
(Based on 13 reviews)

ACH Payments and eCheck Processing

Ability to accept and process eChecks and ACH payments as a form of payment

97%
(Based on 5 reviews)

Split Payments

Ability to split payments between merchant and sellers

Not enough data available

Administration

Reporting/Dashboards

Access pre-built and custom reports and dashboards.

88%
(Based on 9 reviews)

User, Role, and Access Management

Grant access to select data, features, objects, etc. based on the users, user role, groups, etc.

94%
(Based on 8 reviews)

Payout Time

Turnaround time for money to be transferred to the merchant's bank account

91%
(Based on 5 reviews)

Manual Payment Entry

Web form that the merchant can use to enter credit card payments manually (from over the phone, mail, etc) and issue returns or void previous transactions

85%
(Based on 8 reviews)

Dispute Resolution

The process for handling chargebacks and disputes with the payment gateway.

83%
(Based on 7 reviews)

Security

PCI Compliance

Ensures that the service is building and maintaining a secure network; protecting cardholder data; maintaining a vulnerability management program; implementing strong access control measures; regularly monitoring and testing networks; and maintaining an information security policy

Not enough data available

Fraud Protection Tools

Fraud protection filters such as high risk countries, email service provider risk, high risk BIN, account number velocity, high item number, shipping/billing mismatch, AVS failure, CSC failure, and others

87%
(Based on 7 reviews)

Data Tokenization

Sensitive data (personal info, CC info, etc) is replaced with non-sensitive equivalent, aka a Token. The tokens act as a reference that maps back to the sensitive data through a tokenization system.

91%
(Based on 7 reviews)

Two-Factor Authentication

An additional layer of security to prevent fraudulent activity (such as creating an account and verifying an email address and cell phone number)

Not enough data available

Development

Customization (Fields, Objects, and Layouts)

Allows developers to customize payment form to accommodate their unique processes.

97%
(Based on 5 reviews)

APIs

Application Programming Interface - Specification for how the application communicates with other software. API's typically enable integration of data, logic, objects, etc with other software applications.

94%
(Based on 5 reviews)

Accounting Software Integration

Provides standard integration with merchant's accounting software

Not enough data available

E-Commerce Software Integration

Provides standard integration with merchant's e-commerce software

94%
(Based on 5 reviews)

Platform

Performance and Reliability

Payment gateway is consistently available (up-time) and allows users to complete tasks quickly because they are not waiting for the gateway to respond to an action they took. System scales with load.

100%
(Based on 8 reviews)

Internationalization - Currency/Language

The gateway supports multiple currencies and languages to enable business from customers in multiple countries

Not enough data available

Internationalization - Operating Country

The payment gateway is supported in the country in which the merchant operates

Not enough data available

API / Integrations

Application Programming Interface—Specification for how the application communicates with other software. API's typically enable integration of data, logic, objects, etc. with other software applications.

93%
(Based on 6 reviews)

PCI Regulation Compliance

Complies with payment card industry (PCI) regulations

100%
(Based on 7 reviews)

Supplemental Technology

Supports EMV chip card and Near Field Communications (NFC) technologies

Not enough data available