Omnichannel support for incremental payment capture
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|Enabled for||Public preview||General availability|
|Users by admins, makers, or analysts||Mar 5, 2021||Apr 2021|
This feature will help with customer satisfaction because orders fulfilled within a reasonable timeframe will no longer be subject to multiple authorizations. In addition, fewer authorizations per order means lower processing fees and fewer cases where the remaining balance on an order cannot be authorized.
Incremental capture adds the ability to fulfill an order over time using a single payment authorization. For example, a customer might have an order that is fulfilled over three shipments. Without this feature, each time a shipment is invoiced, payment will be captured for the amount invoiced and a new authorization will be created for the remainder. In this scenario, three authorizations are needed over the course of order fulfillment. This can lead to cases where authorizations exceed the total amount of the order, or declines due to authorizations exceeding open credit available for cardholders.
When this feature is enabled, payments for orders fulfilled from the distribution centers or stores will reference the original authorization as long as it valid. The result will be fewer declines, less customer confusion, and easier reconciliation of payments and invoices.