Chargent Supported
Salesforce Payment Gateways

Supported Payment Gateways for Salesforce

Chargent Payment Processing for Salesforce includes prebuilt integrations with 30+ payment gateways, giving you the most options of any Salesforce payment processing solution. No integration work required, just cut and paste your credentials into a Salesforce Gateway record and you are ready to go.

Authorize.net Emulation
Please note that Chargent can connect most gateways that support Authorize.net AIM emulation to Salesforce, but some functionality may be limited. You will need to find out the “endpoint URL” from your Gateway, to enter in Salesforce.

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Gateway-Specific Setup Guides

  1. Authorize.net and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  2. Linked2pay and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  3. BluePay and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  4. BlueSnap and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  5. Braintree and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  6. Chase Orbital and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  7. CyberSource and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  8. eWAY and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  9. Ezidebit and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  10. Fat Zebra and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  11. Forte and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  12. iATS Payments and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  13. Merchant e-Solutions and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  14. Merchant Warrior and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  15. ModusLink and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  16. Moneris eSELECTplus and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  17. Network Merchants NMI and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  18. PayPal Payflow and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  19. Paysafe (formerly Optimal Netbanx) Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  20. PayTrace and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  21. Realex Payments (Global Payments) Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  22. Stripe and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  23. USAePay and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.
  24. Worldpay (Vantiv eCommerce / Litle) and Salesforce Integration using Chargent.

International Payment Gateways

Chargent’s payment gateway integrations can support merchants in many countries around the globe, and process payments from hundreds of countries and currencies. Please see our International Payment Gateways for Salesforce page for more information.

Understanding Payments

Chargent connects directly from Salesforce to a number of different Payment Gateways. You can use any Payment Processor on the back end to process the payments, as long as it works with one of the Gateways that Chargent connects to. You can think of Chargent as a “virtual terminal” that lives 100% within Salesforce, and sends secure credit card and ACH transactions to a gateway, which then sends it to a merchant account and eventually your bank.

To begin credit card and ACH transactions through Salesforce with Chargent, you need a merchant account from a payment processor as well as a payment gateway. Some companies bundle the two services together but they can also be purchased separately.

Payment Gateway

The gateway is a service running on servers that securely connects the purchase platform (eg. Salesforce with Chargent installed, or an eCommerce web site) to the payment processor. When you process a transaction through Chargent, the credit card info is sent through the gateway to the processor.

Payment Processor

The processor hosts the merchant accounts. It is responsible for securely receiving the data sent by the gateway. When it obtains the information needed to process the payment, it begins to handle the transaction and transfer money from the customer to the merchant’s bank account.

Many large payment processors support multiple payment gateways. This is often hard to find on their web site however, since they typically prefer that you use their own gateway or a private labeled gateway, but if you contact them they should provide you with the information.

As an example, if you use Chase Paymentech for your Payment Processor, you can use Chase’s Orbital Payment Gateway, but you can also choose Authorize.net as your Payment Gateway.

Vantiv (formerly Litle & Co.)

  • Vantiv is both the payment processor and gateway, using its own proprietary XML gateway to package a complete solution.
  • Chargent customers wishing to use Vantiv should sign up for the Vantiv Transact service and reference AppFrontier™ / Chargent when enrolling
  • Vantiv Transact with Chargent’s Opportunities package currently supports Tokenization
  • Download the Vantiv eCommerce Brochure

Authorize.net Supported Processors

You can use any of these payment processing services with Chargent if you choose Authorize.net as your payment gateway:

  • Barclaycard
  • Chase Paymentech
  • Elavon
  • First Data Merchant Services (FDMS)
  • Global Payments
  • Heartland Payment Systems
  • WorldPay
  • TSYS Acquiring Solutions (SM)
  • Fattmerchant

Payflow Pro Supported Processors

You can use any of these payment processing services with Chargent if you choose Payflow Pro as your payment gateway:

TSYS processing supported Payment Gateways

If you are using TSYS for your payment processing, the following Chargent integrated gateways are certified for the TSYS platform. You can therefore use any of these payment gateways to connect Salesforce with TSYS using Chargent:

  • Authorize.net
  • CyberSource
  • eProcessingNetwork
  • eWAY
  • Network Merchants NMI
  • Payflow Pro (PayPal)
  • Paysafe
  • Paytrace
  • Planet Payment
  • Transact Pro
  • USAePay
  • Vantiv Transact

Elavon processing supported Payment Gateways

If you are using Elavon for your payment processing, the following Chargent integrated gateways are certified for the Elavon platform. You can therefore use any of these payment gateways to connect Salesforce with Elavon using Chargent:

  • Authorize.net
  • CyberSource
  • eProcessingNetwork
  • PayPal Payflow Pro
  • USAePay

Tokenization

Tokenization is a security technology that replaces credit card numbers with “tokens” generated by a payment processor. This means that merchants are not required to store the credit card numbers, and the secure token replaces the credit card number for processing transactions and being stored in your database. Each token is specific to a merchant, so it is useless to anyone else in the event of a security breach.

Chargent currently supports tokenization through most of our payment gateway partners. Please contact us for details.

So consider using tokenization with Salesforce and Chargent. Unlike a credit card or account number, you can store tokens without the possibility of exposing customer information, greatly lowering your PCI compliance scope. And the payment gateways store the information in their secure systems, and access it only when you submit a transaction using the token stored in Salesforce.

Please note that some gateways may assess a fee the first time a token is generated. For more information on tokenization for credit card payments directly from Salesforce, please contact us.

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