iAccess
iAccess 2.0
Merchant Information System

Change Log

6/1/2010 v2.002

  • Split out American Express ESA and One Point Transactions
    There are two modes of settlement for American Express transactions, each of which are reported and deposited differently. By splitting out these transactions, you can better reconcile the deposits you receive and be more confident your sales are getting processed properly.
  • Split out Discover EASI and Discover Acquiring Transactions
    Just as with American Express, there are two modes of settlement for Discover transactions, each of which are reported and deposited differently. By splitting out these transactions, you can better reconcile the deposits you receive and be more confident your sales are getting processed properly.
  • New Merchant Ledger Report
    The new Merchant Ledger is a spreadsheet that breaks down your processing activity clearly to give you an accurate view of your business. You'll see breakdowns by day, card type, and transaction type. If you leverage “iFunds” or any of our other Merchant cash management programs, you'll see these programs at work for you.
  • Transaction Summary Chart
    We've added a chart to give you a visual perspective on processessing volume by card type. This is the first of many charts to come.
  • Upgraded Servers to the most recent version of Windows, Server 2008 R2
    Windows Server 2008 R2 is more reliable, scalable, and manageable than older versions of Windows.
  • Upgraded Network
    We've implemented a new network infrastructure and appliances to provide high availability and reliability. We know how important iAccess is to managing your business and are committed to maximum availability.
  • Additional Storage
    We've added several Terabytes of storage to keep historical data online. You can view data going back to January of 2007. We now have sufficient storage to keep seven years of data online.

4/21/2010 v2.001

  • Added New Export Format, 'Microsof Excel 2007+/OpenXml Workbook (.xlsx)'
    You can now export to the 'Microsof Excel 2007+/OpenXml Workbook (.xlsx)' format, a rich spreadsheet format. This spreadsheet format can be opened using Microsoft Excel 2007 or the free OpenOffice 3.2 open-source office software suite.
    If you have Microsoft Excel 2000 or 2003, you can obtain the Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack directly from Microsoft to open, edit, and save .xlsx documents.
  • New "Card Detail" View on Credit Card Detail tab
    You can now view and export credit card transaction detail across multiple days and batches. You no longer have to export each batch individually.
  • New "Transaction Summary by Card Type" section on Merchant Summary tab
    Additional Card Type breakdowns have been added to the "Transaction Summary by Card Type"
  • Option to see 1000 records per page in grid views
    You now have the option to view very large pages of activity when viewing paginated data.