We have helped some of the world’s leading brands in the card not present and recurring billing world.
Whether you are just beginning to enter the murky world of recurring payments processing or you are a veteran, we offer services that can help. For those companies just starting out, we can help you evaluate your processor of choice, whether or not you should consider an additional payments service provider, and we can then help you craft an appropriate RFP, and we follow through with assistance in contract negotiation.
When things are really humming, sometimes it happens that even the most knowledgeable veteran merchants shift their resources to focus on more pressing issues. As new trends arise, it can be helpful for a well-trained, outside eye to review and evaluate your processing to ensure continuous processing improvement.
What Our Clients Are Saying
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“Paul Larsen has helped us greatly improve our credit card processing, both from an efficiency and financial standpoint. He has shown us new techniques and best practices that have been invaluable. He is the probably the most knowledgeable person I’ve met in the credit card processing arena. He also keeps up to date on the ever changing landscape of rules, regulations and policies and their interpretation, where the individual business operations person like me, cannot.”
Brian Gilmore, The Wall Street Journal
“PLC worked with our development team to design and implement a superior decline recovery strategy and reporting process in record time. This resulted in a statistically significant lift in performance and better visibility into the authorization process.”
Michael McCurdy, Director
Subscription Services for $100K (The Ladders)
“PLC has helped us greatly improve our credit card processing, both from an efficiency and financial standpoint… PLC also keeps up to date on the ever changing landscape of rules, regulations and policies and their interpretation, where the individual business operations person like me, cannot.”
The Wall Street Journal