NELiX TransaX Adds Lasso to Their FleXport Toolkit for Credit Card Acceptance

Schaumburg, IL (PressExposure) February 27, 2011 -- NELiX TransaX LLC, based in Schaumburg IL, makes it easy to accept credit card payments using Lasso.

NELiX TransaX has released another update to their FleXport ToolKit. The FleXport ToolKit enables developers to easily integrate payment processing (credit card, debit card, ACH / e-check, remote deposit capture (RDC), etc) into their applications. With the latest release, a new Lasso Tag has been added.

Lasso is a technology used by many FileMaker developers to build a web based front end. With the new Lasso Tag included in the FleXport ToolKit, Lasso developers can easilya dd credit card acceptance to their application.

"Combining our Lasso Tag, our FileMaker plug-in, and our PHP integration examples, we are an ideal partner for any FileMaker developer looking to add credit card or ACH acceptance to their application," explains Matthew J. Schwartz, President of NELiX TransaX.

The NELiX TransaX FleXPort Toolkit includes documentation, example integrations and modules for:

- VB.NET 1.1
- VB.NET 2.0
- C#
- Classic ASP
- Microsoft Access
- VB6
- Ruby
- 4D/4th Dimension
- FileMaker
- iMIS
- Flex/Flash
- FoxPro
- ColdFusion
- Lasso

"With this release of FleXport, " adds Adam O'Hare, Vice President of NELiX TransaX, " we also have a major upgrade to our QuickBooks module."

Information about NELiX TransaX can be found at

Information on NELiX TransaX FleXPort can be found at

About NELiX TransaX LLC

NELiX TransaX provides payment processing services - Merchant Accounts, ACH Accounts, Payment Gateway Accounts, Swipe Terminals, Gift/Loyalty Cards, ATM's, etc.

NELiX TransaX specializes in automating payment processing functions. NELiX TransaX has a strong development team to help integrate and automate credit card, ACH and other forms of cashless payment processing into any application.

NELiX TransaX shares residuals with its partners!

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Press Release Submitted On: February 27, 2011 at 11:50 pm
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