Main Street Softworks, Inc., a privately held software development firm and Red Hat, Inc., the leader in open source solutions, announced a relationship to provide ongoing credit card processing support for Red Hat CCVS. As part of the arrangement, Red Hat will recommend Main Street’s MCVE financial software to its CCVS customers. “Here at Main Street Softworks we are providing a critical financial software solution to a diverse group of developers and merchants who utilize Linux/UNIX-like environments to run their core business applications. By working with Red Hat, we have expanded the functionality and processor support of MCVE, which has now evolved into one of the most robust financial software solutions of its kind,” said Brad House, Sr. Developer for Main Street.
MCVE (MainStreet Credit Verification Engine) is a highly scalable credit card authorization engine (or daemon). Designed in C and conforming to POSIX standards, MCVE runs on many of today’s most advanced UNIX/UNIX-like Operating Systems with unprecedented stability and reliability. Integrated into MCVE are leading-edge (standardized) technologies including SSL connectivity and SQL database support. Supporting the Retail, Mail/Phone Order, and E-Commerce industries, MCVE can easily be integrated into an existing website, or POS system housed on any OS that supports TCP/IP. Additionally, MCVE provides ACH capabilities that allow merchants to perform direct deposit payroll and electronic invoicing making today’s paper checks obsolete.
About Main Street Softworks, Inc.
Based in Gainesville, Florida, Main Street Softworks, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of high performance, real-time financial transaction software solutions for businesses of all sizes. Main Street continually develops cutting edge software products offering the functionality, dependability, and manageability that today’s businesses need to remain competitive. For more information about Main Street, visit the company’s Web site at [http://www.mainstreetsoftworks.com] or call 352-378-8228.