Finalsite, Authorize.Net, and NMI Payment Gateways
Do you work at a public or private school and aren’t satisfied with the organization’s website communications, and payment interface? Schools often overlook technological resources for its faculty, staff and student body. Finalsite is a platform designed to be the solution needed for schools and other educational organizations, from clubs to universities, to not only make their website a shining example but also to provide back-end support and online payment acceptance for the students and faculty.
Our favorite part of Finalsite is that it is ready to integrate with Authorize.Net and NMI services, which we often recommend and work with regularly. Finalsite software is easily scalable, so even if you are just beginning to crawl as an organization, you can have access to all of the solutions Finalsite provides. One feature we like is their “interactive solution builder” which allows you to choose the functions that fit your needs, instead of cluttering your controls with tools you won’t use.
Accept payments easily with Finalsite and an integrated payment gateway
If you are looking to use Finalsite to accept payments, you can contact us first for information on setting up a payment gateway, and we will be there to help throughout the entire set up process and will guide you through each step. An amazing part of Finalsite is how easy it is to grow your business, so even if you’re not ready now for full payment processing integration, it will be easy to setup and secure when the time comes.
If you are looking to get started on FinalSite with an NMI or Authorize.Net integration, or if you’re merely curious and researching options so you know what to do when the time comes, don’t hesitate to contact us anytime.
Have a question? Need general information, rates, or help with getting started? We are happy to help even if you just have a quick question about the industry – even if you are “not ready yet” – even if you just want a little free advice. We regularly earn clients’ business years after we first speak.