Javien establishes relationships with e-commerce partners, value-added resellers and associations to help our customers with their e-commerce needs.
Javien is certified to run transactions through the following payment gateways.
Authorize.net provides Internet Protocol (IP) payment gateway services that enable merchants to authorize, settle and manage credit card or electronic check transactions anytime, anywhere. The Authorize.net Payment Gateway is a secure Internet bridge between merchant businesses and the credit card and electronic check payment processing networks. It provides merchants with fast, reliable and secure passage for transaction data via a 128-bit Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Internet Protocol (IP) connection, and manages the complex routing of payment information to the appropriate credit card processors.
Chase Paymentech Solutions, LLC, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, is the nation's largest financial transaction processor for businesses accepting payments via traditional point of sale, hospitality, Internet, catalog and recurring billing. The privately held company is an end-to-end processor for merchants of all sizes and industries and is a result of the 2005 integration of the former Paymentech and Chase Merchant Services. The integrated companies will process approximately 13.1 billion transactions annually, with more than $500 billion in annual bankcard volume in both the United States and Canada.
CyberSource provides businesses with services and software designed to automate the commerce transaction process in multi-sales channel environments. Our goal is to help maximize sales and increase operating efficiency.
GlobalCollect is a leading payment service provider of local payment solutions for international businesses. Its expertise is in electronic payment methods for Customer Non-Present (CNP) businesses with online or telephone ordering. The company’s clients and expertise incorporate a wide range of industries such as travel, ticketing, telecommunications, retail, publishing, portals, online games, and digital content. GlobalCollect provides a complete service which includes the contractual and technical connections to local payment processors worldwide, bank account network management, matching, reporting and finally the fund remittance in a company’s preferred currency.
Optimal Payments provides the processing technology and services that merchants require to accept credit card, debit card, and electronic check payments for retail, Internet, mail order, and telephone order sales. Optimal Payments is the payment processing subsidiary of Optimal Group Inc., a NASDAQ-listed company (OPMR) with over $7.5 billion in worldwide processing annually.
PayPal lets you accept credit cards, bank transfers, debit cards, and more-at some of the lowest costs in the industry. Plus, your customers can pay you instantly, even without a PayPal account.
Game Center Group, a leading provider of premium customer service for the massively multiplayer online game (MMOG) industry, provides game companies advice and resources on a range of issues. Their holistic approach toward CRM for game companies is unmatched with services from technical and in-game support to streamlined processes for quality assurance and agent/community management.
NXTbook Media™ optimizes print publications for use on the Web. NXTbook™ Media’s digital publishing application helps clients market and broadcast print materials in easy-to-read electronic editions over the Internet using only a standard Web browser. Customers including Advanstar Communications, Hewlett-Packard, Reed Business Information, Prism Business Media, Cisco, Valpak, CMP, Thomas Publishing, VNU Media, Weaver Official Publications, Hanley-Wood, Kia, Vance Publishing and Ziff Davis choose NXTbook Media™ to expand the reach and effectiveness of their print materials. Named as one of the “100 Companies that Matter Most in the Digital Content Industry” for two consecutive years by EContent Magazine, NXTbook Media is privately held and headquartered in Lancaster, PA. www.nxtbookmedia.com, email: email@example.com.
American Business Media's enhances knowledge and best practices of leading publishers and quality information providers for business, professional and specialized consumer markets worldwide.
The Distributed Computing Internet Association (DCIA) is a voluntary, consensus organization with representation from all substantially affected sectors of the nascent distributed computing industry including companies involved in providing the platforms for storage, transmission, and exhibition of content; file-sharing networks and operators; and, digital media rights holders. DCIA participants are engaged in the development and adoption of business and technical standards-and-practices to advance the commercial development of this rapidly growing consumer-based distribution system.
The Newsletter and Electronic Publishers Association (NEPA) represents more than 600 publishers producing more than 3,000 newsletters and other information services. Members are located across the United States, the United Kingdom and in Canada and numerous other countries.
The Software & Information Industry Association is the principal trade association for the software and digital content industry. SIIA provides global services in government relations, business development, corporate education and intellectual property protection to the leading companies that are setting the pace for the digital age.
The US Internet Industry Association (USIIA) is the North American trade association for Internet commerce, content and connectivity. Founded in 1994, USIIA advocates effective public policy for the Internet and provides its members with essential business news, information, support and services.