6 min read • Last updated on September 12th, 2018
Sage Payment Solutions
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1 (866) 996-7243
271 17th Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia 30363
Sage Payment Solutions FAQs:
What is the price range for Sage Payment Solutions?
Sage does not disclose rates on their site as credit card processing fees are based on each individual business's monthly processing volume and history. They reportedly charge an annual PCI compliance fee of $100.00 and an early termination fee of $25.00 per month for each remaining month on your contract.
What features does Sage Payment Solutions provide?
Sage offers credit card processing for all major credit cards both in-store and online. With Sage, all payments are secure and PCI-compliant. Other features include multiple payment methods including mobile payments and the ability to integrate with various accounting and ERP solutions to keep track of cash flow.
Sage vs Xero: which is the better credit card processing solution?
Xero's pricing ranges from $9.00 to $180.00 per month depending on the number of employees you have, so it may be a more economical option for small businesses. Like Xero, Sage is also a cloud-based solution and both platforms are easy to use and suited for small businesses, so this comes down to personal choice.
Where can I read good Sage reviews to help me make a decision?
Merchant Maverick has done an in-depth review of Sage Payment Solutions.
Where do I find the Sage login page?
Go to sage.com and click Log-On in the top right corner.
How do I get in touch with Sage Payment Solutions customer service?
You can reach Sage support by calling 1 (866) 996-7243 or select Support on their homepage to access their knowledge base, e-learning courses, and forums where you can ask questions via phone or chat.
Sage Payment Solutions:
Does what I need it to with minimal fuss. When I have needed it, customer service was very helpful. Everything just happens automatically which makes the accounting job easier.
Perfect payment solution for our small business. I have so far really liked using sage; it let us set up credit and debit card processing for our small business and it integrates with our hosted software.
It is very user friendly. Anyone with a phone or tablet is able to process payments on the go which is awesome!
Not so easy to set up but once done it is easier to use. End of month and changing date reports are good. Have to go back to reprint previous months report if need another copy. Cons: Very repetitive you have to go line by line to break down a credit card bill. I guess its the same in all systems.
Saves Time! Links to our accounting software. The card reader has not been working but we can enter cards manually. Overall: We love taking payments in our small medical practice through Sage Payment Solutions. Because it links with our SAGE accounting software, it saves time not having to enter all of those payments.
Their customer service team was always able to help. Its an expensive solution for customers that don't require the security. The ebizmarts integration software could be improved.
It's easy to use, for me as the supplier and for my clients as well. On my invoice it's a one click process for my clients to pay online using Sage Pay. The backend could be a bit more streamlined.
We use Sage Payment Solutions integrated with Sage 100 for processing payments on orders taken from customers via phone, and also when customers pay on account.Sage Payment Solutions integrates well with Sage 100. It would be nice if we could get a daily email with the settlement report.
Sage Payment Solutions simplifies everything! I do my credit cards in half the time! Sage makes it easy only needing a customer client number and everything is pulled up, client name, billing address all that. I will never switch to anything else unless the owner decides to drop Sage software entirely.
I used Peachtree for 25 years, then it was bought by Sage. The software still had a lot of features I liked, it remained intuitive to use and I was used to using it. But because of Sage, I dropped it. Sage skyrocketed the price, had terrible customer/tech support service (worst ever), and the answer for any issue was to spend more money on software or support.