Elavon acquires Electronic Transaction Systems

Source: Elavon

Elavon, global merchant payment processing provider and subsidiary of Minneapolis-based U.S. Bancorp, has acquired Electronic Transaction Systems (ETS), a financial technology company based in Virginia.

The acquisition will allow Elavon to integrate payment processing into ETS’ software, and provide businesses a safe and easy way to access Elavon’s services.

Increasingly, business owners expect that the software packages they use to run their businesses will come with payments acceptance and processing embedded in the software offering. Elavon is paving a way to future growth by integrating with these software packages.

“ETS has an innovative approach to merchant payments that fits well within Elavon’s strategy to provide businesses the ability to safely and quickly integrate into our system,” said Jamie Walker, CEO of Elavon. “ETS is a successful, dynamic company, and we look forward to growing our business together.”

“We are thrilled to join with Elavon and become part of U.S. Bank,” said Ed Vaughan, CEO of ETS. “We have worked with U.S. Bank for the 20 years that we’ve been growing our company. There was simply no better choice than U.S. Bank, who knows us and shares our vision for the future.”

“The acquisition of ETS is part of our investment aimed at enhancing Elavon’s eCommerce offering and integrating Elavon’s payments capabilities into software its customers already use,” said Terrance Dolan, vice chairman and CFO of U.S. Bank.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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