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Kord Information Systems adds payment platform

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FrontStream Payments announced a partnership with Kord Information Systems, which serves the marina industry with a business management software system.

With the partnership, Kord’s clientele can implement a secure and fully compliant payment acceptance platform that utilizes FrontStream Payments’ proprietary gateway technology to process electronic payments.

“We went with FrontStream Payments because they hold fast to Payment Card Industry compliance and can process payments securely for our clients. With their secure tokenization and encryption model, my clients can rest assured their transactions meet current PCI standards and their customer’s private cardholder information is protected with best practice technology,” Kord founder Annette Kord said in a statement.

Kord offers Total Marina Package — a bundled version of its software package for the marina industry. It provides features to meet the needs of marinas, yacht clubs, dockominiums, city harbors and port districts.

With the software, a Kord client can keep track of leases, reservations, accounts receivable, customers, boats, cars and slip occupancy and use other applications that are built into the package.

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