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PaymentProcessing is the Application Programming Interface (API) to Progressive Solutions® systems, offering Interactive Voice Response and Interactive Web Response solutions to customers.

The API provides a convenient way to access PSI creations as well as third-party billing systems.

The API is currently in use for ticket sales; it may also be used for utility, parking tickets and other payments.


PSI’s PaymentProcessing™ API facilitates rapid development and ensures prompt roll out of cost effective web payment applications. For information on the Payment Card Industry Security Standard, please refer to our document on Credit Card Data Security: PCI Compliance.

QuickServe OneStop

Provides consolidated payment processing, allowing customers to view amounts owed for water, garbage collection, et cetera, and to pay one or more municipal accounts via credit card. Beyond utility bills, the OneStop™ engine is able to process payments for Alarm Permits, Business Registration Renewals, Building Permits, Parking Citations, Parking Permits, Pet Licenses, et cetera. The customer also has access to historical data and graphical trends.

QuickServe Business License Application

QuickServe Business License Renewal

Allows customers to renew business licenses over the internet. After authentication, the user is able to update account information and proceed to payment. These demos showcase the product’s features:

QuickServe Parking Application

QuickServe ParkingTrack Web Renewals

QuickServe Alarm Applications Online

QuickServe AlarmTrack Web Renewal

QuickServe PetTrack Web Renewal

QuickServe Business Lookup

Allows citizens to obtain license status and other public information.


Our web applications are built with strength and security in mind, reinforced by the rock-solid qualities of the latest Microsoft® technologies and the years of experience of our developers.

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Operating Environment

Our systems are designed to run on reasonably new Windows® systems. An ODBC compliant database system is required. Often, this means a Windows® server with MS Sql.