Orders may now be assessed as they are received based on a variety of criteria known to indicate fraudulent purchases.
May 20, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Orders may now be assessed as they are received based on a variety of criteria known to indicate fraudulent purchases.
Morse Data Corporation, developer of InOrder Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software, has announced a new Fraud Scoring Protection Enhancement. With this update, clients using InOrder can apply criteria known to indicate fraudulent purchases to compute a fraud score for each order.
As criteria are met, point values are assigned. If the overall score exceeds the defined threshold values, the order is placed on hold for review and/or manager approval. Fraud scores may be computed in real-time as each line item is added to an order, or once for all items when the order has ended. Orders from the web, Customer Service, EDI, and Order Entry may be included.
"InOrder customers often find that their levels of risk vary widely based on their vertical market, catalogs, and promotion types," says Tony Marchese, Morse Data VP. "Flexibility to raise and lower thresholds at the channel level is important, and this enhancement provides a copious list of fraud scoring criteria to work with."
About Morse Data Corporation
In business since 1975 and headquartered in Dover, NH with technical offices in Orland Park, IL, Morse Data Corporation offers InOrder, a real-time, tightly-integrated, single database ERP system for multi-channel merchants, Internet retailers, publishers, and fulfillment solutions providers. The company is a certified Microsoft Small Business Specialist. Ideal for companies with 10 or more users, InOrder is an end-to-end enterprise management system that delivers functions you'll only find in systems that cost thousands more. To schedule a demonstration, call 888-667-7332 or visit getinorder.com
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