Quick, easy, contactless — no longer the gold standard, but the expectation in payment processing.
If you are accepting in-person payments using a physical terminal, you're probably looking for ways to keep it especially clean. As with anything electrical, some common sense rules should be applied.
The University of Redlands had just begun a newly formed partnership with Tuition Management Systems (TMS) when Nelnet Campus Commerce acquired TMS in 2018. They faced a decision — transition to Nelnet Campus Commerce, or explore other options.
When Hurricane Harvey hit, College of the Mainland's only priority was making sure their students were taken care of. Andrea Fillip, bursar at College of the Mainland, explains how Nelnet Campus Commerce were able to help their students delay payment plans, so they can focus on recovering from the crisis.
Lycoming College's goal of going paperless seemed exciting and daunting at the same time. Cindy Springman, a bursar at Lycoming College, says thankfully Nelnet Campus Commerce was able to make the transition and integration with their system as smooth as possible.
With only three months before going live with their new ERP system, Indian River State College was missing a payment processing system. Even though Nelnet Campus Commerce did not initially have a compatible cashiering product, by working together with the college's ERP company it found a solution that saved Indian River State College from disaster.