BHMI Showcases Software Solution that Reduces Cost and Complexity of Disputes Processing for Electronic Payment Transactions

Automate Disputes ProcessingBHMI, the creator of the Concourse Financial Software Suite™, is showcasing the unique ability of its Concourse – Disputes™ software product to help companies overcome the complicated and cumbersome process of managing disputes for electronic payment transactions. This solution is a powerful workflow engine that automates and manages the
disputes lifecycle from initial claim entry to final resolution.

A current challenge in the payments industry is making the management of dispute activities, such as chargebacks and adjustments, less time-consuming and costly. Concourse – Disputes allows transaction participants such as issuers, acquirers, and third-party processors to successfully and cost-effectively manage dispute claims for any transaction type including debit, credit, ATM, POS, and mobile transactions.

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Baldwin Hackett & Meeks, Inc. (BHMI) is a specialist in creating primary software applications. BHMI not only provides premier software development services, but also a comprehensive set of consulting, design, engineering, and support services that can help shape the future direction of any company's application infrastructure. BHMI is also creator of the Concourse Financial Software Suite - a powerful PCI compliant back office software solution specifically designed to manage electronic payments including credit, debit, POS, ATM, mobile, and prepaid. With user-configurable business rules, an online transaction repository, and a continuous processing architecture, Concourse proactively assesses and allocates fees for all business relationships, settles and reconciles all transaction types, and automates the disputes management process.
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