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Credit card payment gateways and payment processors in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central

by Petras Butėnas
Founder, Simplanova
November 19 2019

To improve your Accounts Receivable in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, you might want to implement an easier gateway for your customer to pay your invoices. You can also choose to have a payment link on your sales invoices automatically with a unique link to pay using a credit card or PayPal or WorldPay balance, and thus shorten your receivables cycle. Business Central has three payment extensions that come standard in the product: Microsoft Pay, WorldPay and PayPal. It also supports payment handling by Stripe, Braintree, PayPal, Wepay, and others. Let’s explore the differences by payment extensions available as standard.

PayPal Extension: PayPal Payments Standard

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About Petras Butėnas

Petras Butenas, founder of Simplanova, has been actively engaged in Dynamics NAV / Business Central market since 2012. Having worked with both end customers and partners, Petras knows the Dynamics ISV and VAR channel well and thus can help cope with the challenges Business Central users face. He has an extensive knowledge of upgrades from Dynamics NAV to Business Central, having participated in many himself.