PDCflow

Modified on Mon, 20 Nov 2023 at 11:50 AM


When using PDCflow there are 4 elements that you will need to configure. All 4 settings are required and can be configured by an Administrator under Settings --> PDCflow as shown in the screenshot below. Scroll further down to see descriptions of each item and where they can be obtained within PDCflow.


Please note that the PCCFflow integration is for credit card processing only. ACH is not included and should be handled through your agency's normal ACH processing procedures.



Descriptions of each PDCflow setting are shown below, along with information on where to find them. Screen shots are from the PDCflow system. For more information on PDCflow see their website at: https://www.pdcflow.com.


  1. PDCflow Company ID - Retrieve your PDCflow Company ID by logging into your PDCflow account and then clicking the account name in the upper right-hand corner of the primary navigation.

  2. PDCflow Account Directive - Directives are the payment processing settings for your depository accounts. These Directives manage how payments are labeled and processed for check (ACH), credit card, and cash transactions. They deliver payments to the right depository account.  
    To access these settings, navigate to Configure--> Directives to view and update Directives. 

  3. PDCflow API Key - This can be found by logging into PDCflow, clicking on Account and then API Integration.
    Copy the API key displayed and paste it into the TakeWebPayments field labeled PDCFlow API Key.


  4. PDCflow API Username - This can be found by logging into PDCflow, clicking on Account and then API Integration.


    1. PDCflow API Password - This can be found by logging into PDCflow, clicking on Account and then API Integration.



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