Prodigy Payment Systems Proudly Announces Mobile Payment Processing through New iPhone Application

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Prodigy Payment Systems recently introduced a new iPhone mobile payment application.

Addison, TX based Prodigy Payment Systems,, a leader in the electronic payment processing industry, recently announced the introduction of the Prodigy Payment Systems iPhone Mobile Application.

By utilizing this new application, small business merchants, independent contractors and mobile merchants can use Prodigy's payment processing solutions without a need for hardware processing equipment and a dedicated phone line.

The application is currently available through Prodigy's sales team and is set up via a one-time installation process through a web browser. Upon installation the application icon is available on the home screen of the device for convenient future use.

Merchants can type the card information into the phone using the application and the credit and debit card transactions are processed as "card-not-present" or "offline-debit" payments. Receipts can currently be emailed to the cardholder however future enhancement plans include the ability for the merchant to print a receipt on the spot.

"Our goal has always been to create a customized payment processing solution for the various needs of each business," said Vice President of Operations Robel Sebany. "With the growing technological advancements of these mobile devices we wanted to ensure our merchants had access to a payment processing option as portable as their business."

About Prodigy Payment Systems
Prodigy Payment Systems, LLC is a fast growing merchant acquirer that specializes in providing small and medium-sized businesses throughout the United States with comprehensive electronic transaction processing solutions. Prodigy offers traditional credit card, debit card, ATM card, gift card, prepaid card, EBT and check processing services. Prodigy also proudly offers 24 hour technical support.

For further information, visit Prodigy Payment Systems online at


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