Northampton (PRWEB UK) 5 December 2013
Beating off strong competition, Payatrader stole the show again, having won the “Best Technology Initiative” at the prestigious Cards & Payments Awards in February this year.
Bill Thomson, MD at Payatrader.com commented “To win this award is another outstanding achievement for the Acceptacard team and, once again, recognises the sophistication of our solution. Accepting card payments in business today demands a coherent and integrated multi-channel solution so that businesses can offer the most relevant channel of payment to their customer at the point payment is due. Our range of channels, in a single solution, combined with our customer management platform provides our customers with a compelling breadth of solution and great value for money. This year we have been delighted with the growth of Payatrader customers and release of our PayMate Chip & PIN terminal, the most affordable standalone GPRS device in the market.”
Payatrader, launched in 2011, was developed to address a gap in the market for a “low cost, no financial commitment” card acceptance service. It has since evolved to become the UK’s first fully integrated, low cost, debit & credit card acceptance solution, providing multi-channel payment processing with a single account - offering online, telephone, email, mobile, invoice link and contact centre solutions, together with the UK’s first and only GPRS Chip & PIN terminal with SMS receipting.
Bill added, “We are continually investing and innovating to provide small businesses with industry leading services at an affordable price. Next year, we plan to extend our solutions for the small, medium & large business market with the launch of Paya Card Services, which will focus on delivering similar value as Payatrader, but with an extended terminal portfolio. We have already signed a deal to be the first UK provider to deploy the World’s first validated Point-to Point Encryption (P2Pe) solution from European Payment Services - a compelling managed service solution, which will enable merchants to meet the significant challenges of achieving and maintaining PCI Data Security Standards, whilst saving significant costs.”