The injection molding industry is filled with professionals who have a specialized skill and are equipped with injection molding machines. This talent for rendering and producing designs is a manufacturing demand worldwide. The process of injection molding includes a machine that inserts a molten material into a mold in order to produce a part or a final product. In order become an injection molding professional, most hiring firms require a bachelor’s degree with coursework in design and proficiency in computer aided design (CAD). Some injection molding professionals have no degree at all while others may be engineers. Injection molding designers work to satisfy client objectives by providing aesthetically appropriate and functional pieces for a specific design run. Choosing materials, layout, shape, and size are all some of the tasks left to injection molding customers, designers and engineers. Most experienced injection molding professionals have natural ability and hands-on experience with at least 4,000 hours logged in the field. Following completion of training, these professionals enter into a business as an employee or start their own injection molding manufacturing firm.

Operating an injection molding business requires skill, tools and the ability to work with clients in order to meet their production expectations. In house prototyping specialists often assist clients in the early phases of a design program run. Once a concept is proven and orders are made, injection molders work to create batches for a specific period of time. Some orders and design runs can continue to produce for many years. These enterprises both large and small are run by on premise software and software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications. Management of employee time, design files, scheduling, client communication, accounting, invoicing, billing and injection molding payment is all run through integrated software applications. These platform applications make operation and payment collection secure and available at the time of service.

Payment Integrator has direct integrations into the most powerful injection molding management and sales platforms. Our PCI Compliant environment comes equipped with P2PE security and credit card processing devices with the ability to accept e-wallets like Google Pay and Apple Pay. Our hosted payment page (HPP) and restful APIs can facilitate an integrated prototyping payment experience with advanced security. Text to pay, email to pay, QR code to pay, tap to pay, dip to pay and swipe to pay and online shopping cart integrations options give injection molding manufacturers a frictionless credit card and debit card customer payment experience. Our unique tokenization enables the ability to create customer profiles to offer payment card on file options available to repeat clients.

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