Retriever of Jackson Selected to Participate in National Survey

Cliff Torrence, President and CEO of Retriever of Jackson, has been selected as one of only six business leaders to serve on the ISO Advisory Board survey on Service/Support provided by NPC/Vantiv.

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Vantiv has helped drive many of the changes that prompted the shift from cash to electronic payments, and Retriever is proud to be among the innovators and thought leaders of this industry.

Jackson, MS (PRWEB) May 06, 2014

The survey measures service & support and provides data for a quarterly report that helps the Advisory Board track improvements being made to processes and service.

Vantiv, Inc. is a leading integrated payment processor offering payment processing and technology solutions to merchants and financial institutions of all sizes. Vantiv is the third largest merchant acquirer and the largest PIN debit acquirer based on number of transactions in the U.S. The company serves high growth payment segments, such as integrated payments, payment facilitation (PayFacTM), mobile, prepaid and information solutions, and attractive industry verticals such as business-to-business, ecommerce, healthcare, gaming, government and education.

“I am honored to be selected and this is a direct reflection of the trust placed in Retriever and the input we have as their processing partners,” Torrence said. “Vantiv has helped drive many of the changes that prompted the shift from cash to electronic payments, and Retriever is proud to be among the innovators and thought leaders of this industry.”

Cliff Torrence also said electronic payment processing has become a critical aspect of running a business. Businesses of all industry types utilize payment processing systems and point-of-sale equipment.

Retriever of Jackson was established in 2001and serves thousands of credit card processing customers and businesses from point-of-sale credit & debit cards and electronic check processing to integrated, web-based solutions. Last year, nearly 75% of all transactions in the U.S. were made electronically with either credit cards, electronic checks or drafts.


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