Las Colinas, TX (PRWEB) August 28, 2012
NTC Texas, an independent sales organization/merchant service provider, registered with Elavon/US Bank since 2004, offering credit card processing solutions throughout the United States and Canada, has launched a mobile website optimized for all smart phones and designed using the latest standards for mobile browsers.
A tool for business owners looking for credit card processing services, the site includes sections on mobile, terminal, web and healthcare processing as well as a mobile friendly version of NTC Texas’ Creditorials Blog. Mobile-web users will also have the convenience of utilizing the “click to call” feature allowing them to call customer service with the simple click of a button directly from the home page.
“As the world becomes more dependent on mobile devices we recognize that our customers and prospects may not be using traditional web browser to access our site as well as the need to navigate the web comfortably without excessive zooming and scrolling,” said Linda Borek, President and CEO of NTC Texas. “It has become especially important with the trend of mobile payments on the rise for our business’ technology to swiftly restructure and adapt to the mobile environment.”
For an easier, more comfortable browsing experience, the site will automatically detect the type of mobile device that is being used and adjust the content to fit the size and orientation of the user’s screen.
About NTC Texas
Established in 2004, NTC Texas located in Las Colinas, Texas is a merchant service provider representing Elavon Global Acquiring Solutions throughout the United States and Canada. As a team, NTC Texas and Elavon deliver the most powerful transaction and credit card processing package in the industry with a proprietary network, fully redundant systems, superior customer service and a broad spectrum of products. Our credit card processing and other merchant services help increase revenues and decrease costs for businesses in healthcare, manufacturing, and many other industries.