Chase Paymentech launches Web site for small and medium-sized businesses

Source: Chase Paymentech Solutions

Chase Paymentech Solutions, LLC, has launched a new website designed to help small and medium sized businesses affordably accept credit card payments.

The new site, provides business owners with a simple, easy to use guide to access the latest Chase Paymentech payment processing tools.

The site allows businesses to research payment products that fit their needs and offers quick access to experts who can customize a program to each business' requirements. These programs feature reliable terminals, low interchange rates to process credit card transactions and even custom gift card programs. Solutions can be designed for merchants who need secure payment solutions over the Internet, point-of- sale, telephone, or mail order.

The site also provides custom credit card and gift card processing systems designed specifically for the restaurant and food service industries. Equipped with enhanced features such as tip-editing and tab forwarding, these credit card processing applications are easy to use in day-to-day operations and simplify employee training.

"Chase Paymentech is committed to providing world class service and reliability to every small business we service," says Mia Shernoff, EVP of Marketing for Chase Paymentech. "Our new site makes payment processing, merchant account setup, and the entire process of accepting credit cards easy and accessible to the small business community. We created this site knowing that small businesses are time-crunched and need to focus on their everyday business. We can remove one worry from their day-to-day operations, while providing reliable, affordable payment processing."

The site was developed by interactive agency Foundry9. Working closely with Chase Paymentech, the firm focused on creating an informative, easy to use tool for small businesses. "Our goal in designing this site was to make a complex financial system easily accessible to the people that need reliable service the most," says Matthew Bernardini, Foundry9's President and CEO.

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