Membership Level: Gold

Computer Discoveries, Inc.

 Computer Discoveries, Inc.

610 N Montana St,
Dillon, MT   59725
United States

CDI is a leader in providing B2B and B2C e-commerce solutions real time integrated with JD Edwards World or EnterpriseOne systems.

Detailed Description

Founded in 1991, CDI is synonymous with high quality software solutions integrated with JD Edwards ERP solutions. CDI is a
leader in providing B2B and B2C e-commerce solutions real time integrated with JD Edwards World or EnterpriseOne systems.
CDI’s software solutions include ERP2Web, JD Edwards Supplier Portal - SnapVSS and the JD Edwards Credit Card solution - SnapPay.

The company is headquartered in the Chicago suburb of Lombard, IL with a software development, support and implementation center in Pune, India.

Details
The Partner is recognized by Oracle for:
Oracle Validated Integration : Payment Processing
Specializations
Partner Membership Level Gold
Partner Membership Location United States
Public or Private Company Public
Number of Employees 4


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Solutions
SnapPay SnapPay is a complete order-to-cash credit card automation and security (PCI) solution for JDE sales orders and invoices. CDI’s SnapPay provides a complete and affordable solution to your company’s credit card processing requirements. SnapPay was developed to provide JDE customers, (E1 or World) involved with credit card payments, a secure end-to-end solution that meets the payment processing needs of today’s and tomorrow’s digital marketplace. SnapPay encrypts the credit card information and also securely transmits the encrypted credit card information.



This integration has achieved:   Oracle Validated Integration  with  JD Edwards EnterpriseOne


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