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Chelsea Palo

August 18th, 2016

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CardConnect iFrame Technology for Oracle iReceivables: Enjoy PCI Scope Reduction!

No, you didn’t read that wrong — our iReceivables solution for Oracle R12 reduces PCI scope on Oracle Application Framework (OAF).

So how does it work?

Our iReceivables solution uses iFrame technology, enabling tokenization through Oracle personalization in Oracle’s iReceivables and Customer Standard pages (tied to iReceivables). This means you can securely tokenize data through our hosted iFrame without worrying about adding custom solutions to disable or hide credit card columns. And because sensitive data is tokenized at the point of entry, you receive the highest possible reduction in PCI scope as possible.

Better yet, unlike customization solutions that are unsupported by Oracle, the CardConnect iReceivables solution is considered a personalization, meaning Oracle will support it. As a result, all Oracle-supported functionality will be present and you won’t have to deal with any cumbersome changes within your system.

Who benefits from this solution?

External Users

Customers will feel good that the most stringent security protocols are put in place to ensure their payment information is kept safe, making you a ‘security hero’ in their eyes.

Internal Accounting Representatives

Account receivable representatives can securely work in iReceivables and Customer Standard pages with peace of mind that sensitive data is instantly tokenized.

Internal Customer Representatives

Without our iReceivables solution, customer service representatives were unable to add new tokenized credit cards on customer standard records in Oracle. Now, they can add a tokenized credit card on a record without the risk of entering actual credit card data into the database.

Please note, our iReceivables solution includes CardSecure, protecting each transaction with patented, PCI-certified point-to-point encryption and tokenization.

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