Simplifying University Payment Systems and PCI Compliance
Shift the burden and complexity of university payment systems — and all your payment processors, merchant systems, and PCI compliance requirements — so your finance team can focus on more strategic initiatives.
Join your peers in simplifying university payment systems and PCI compliance by partnering with us.
Northwestern University Overhauls Payments & PCI With P2PE
Northwestern sought to modernize its multi-campus, multi-functional institution with a secure and cost-effective electronic payment system without interrupting business processes and addressing individual unit needs.
Find out how NU worked with Arrow Payments to optimize university payment systems.
Implemented P2PE and installed PCI compliant POS devices
Gained realtime reporting capabilities
Eliminated physical and digital cardholder data
Optimized reconciliation procedures and sunset legacy tech
WMU Streamlines University Payment Systems
Western Michigan University leans on Arrow Payments for expertise and scalable resources to implement point-to-point encryption (P2PE) and identify and install the right P2PE devices or equipment.
Learn more about how WMU leveraged Arrow Payments to achieve P2PE and PCI compliance objectives in a cost-efficient and timely manner.
Conducted a holistic assessment of the university payment systems
Identified PCI compliant solutions
Ordered and installed all PCI compliant equipment
Improved donor relations and customer satisfaction
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