- DynaPay can often integrate with the processing solution you are currently using to process your customers payments. This includes both machines and management software.
- Our team will help you find a solution that is the absolute best fit for your practice.
- DynaPay will educate you on the new EMV rules and regulations that your current software may not be up to speed with.
- Save up to 50% on your processing fees by switching to DynaPay.
Veterinary offices require a lot of the same payment processing capabilities as normal health care offices. DynaPay is well versed in the health care industry. With this experience, we know how to give your veterinary practice the most time efficient and cost-effective payment solutions.
The biggest question for veterinary practices from a payment acceptance standpoint is how do you process your customer’s payment? One practice may have a stand alone counter top terminal, while others use payment gateways or practice management software, and even sometimes a point-of-sale solution. DynaPay has many reselling partnerships which allow us to integrate with many of these different options. What this means for you is that you may not even have to change anything you are currently doing by switching to DynaPay .The only change you would experience is saving money while gaining better customer service. If you are in need of a system upgrade, DynaPay is willing to work hand in hand with you to find the best solution for you. We always take price and functionality into consideration when helping you decide what to select.
If your practice is not currently accepting EMV (chip card) transactions, now is the perfect time to talk to DynaPay about a switch. With current PCI security standards, you are now putting yourself at risk of losing all disputed transactions and possibly even a monthly fine by not having an EMV (chip card) capable solution.
We would love to hear from you and answer any questions you may have about DynaPay or your current credit card processing situation. One conversation might bring to light some of the shortcomings of your current processing relationship.