Visual Next Apparel ERP & PLM and Cardknox Payment Gateway Announce Integration

Visual Next, a leading provider of ERP software for the apparel industry, and Cardknox, the flexible omni-channel payment gateway, are excited to announce their new payment integration.

Montréal, Canada - March 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Visual Next Apparel ERP & PLM and Cardknox Payment Gateway Announce Integration

Lakewood, N.J. (March 12th, 2018) Visual Next, a leading provider of enterprise resource management software for the apparel industry, and Cardknox, the flexible omni-channel payment gateway, are excited to announce their new payment integration. This powerful partnership equips Visual Next users with industry-optimized payment processing and enhanced security to improve the customer experience and increase efficiency for retailers.

Offering compatibility with a variety of e-commerce platforms such as Shopify, Magento, and WooCommerce, Visual Next allows fashion companies to rapidly deploy online stores that are completely connected to their Visual ERP system. This means that many Visual Next users are already processing payments, but may not be using a fully integrated solution.

“We’re delighted to provide our clients with a secure payment processing solution that not only lowers processing rates, but is also very e-commerce and omni-channel friendly,” says Mandy Benoualid, Marketing Officer at Visual Next. “I feel confident that this integration will help merchants in the apparel industry to create an even more streamlined experience for their customers.”

Yanky Weiss, Chief Technology Officer at Cardknox, adds that, “The Cardknox gateway is truly the perfect fit for Visual Next users. Our technology is designed to optimize rates for merchants in the design and apparel industry, and our best-of-class support will benefit users who are already accustomed to a high level of service. I look forward to seeing the value that this integration will bring to Visual Next users.”

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About Cardknox

Cardknox is a developer-friendly EMV gateway solution that can be seamlessly integrated with POS systems and websites. Offering gateway-only or integrated payments with the lowest rates and most aggressive residuals in the industry, Cardknox serves thousands of customers across every major industry throughout the United States, UK, and Canada. For more information, visit

About Visual Next

Visual Next provides End2End software to apparel, footwear, uniform, and fashion accessory companies. More than 550 companies around the world take advantage of Visual Next’s advanced ERP, PLM, supply chain management, warehouse optimization and business intelligence software. For more information, visit

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