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Brittenford Develops Check Fraud Prevention Service

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Microsoft Dynamics and Intacct reseller Brittenford Systems has developed a new check fraud prevention service specifically for Intacct accounting software users.

Known as PositivePay, the service integrates with the Intacct Cash Management Module and designed to dramatically reduce check fraud.

A data file is compiled for each check run and transmitted to the bank to reject fraudulent checks before the bank authorizes payment. The user interface provides simple setup and configuration for any bank format required and multiple checking accounts.

“Check fraud is a major problem in all companies, no matter the size or industry. PositivePay eliminates this fraud before it occurs.” said PositivePay product manager and Brittenford managing director Matt Rowley.

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