Tampa, FL (PRWEB) April 30, 2012
When the National Restaurant Association (NRA) kicks off its 2012 show “The International Foodservice Marketplace” on May 5, 2012 at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL the biggest question isn’t going to be “What alcohol are you buying?” but “How are you paying for it?”.
The fact is, transactions using cash or checks can include risks like misplaced or stolen funds. Whether the traditional transaction involves the always risky cash exchange or writing checks which can be lost or altered, there are concerns with these types of transactions.
Fintech offers a simple, risk-free option for transactions between retailers and distributors. No more checks, no more cash and no more opportunity for problems to occur when secure payments aren’t an option. The Fintech solution is one being adopted by retailers across the country and for plenty of good reasons. Fintech is compliant and accepted in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Security meets simplicity.
“This takes the effort and risk out of making payments for your alcohol deliveries,” says Fintech CEO Scott Riley. “It no longer takes a manager to stop what they are doing when a delivery arrives. Simply sign the invoice and the deal is done.”
There are currently more than 230,000 trading relationships using this secure and reliable reporting solution to conduct alcohol data and payment transactions.
“Retailers can visit our booth #6562 and discover how easy it is to get started with Fintech,” says Riley. “Owners and managers want to find easy, hassle-free ways to do business and we have an easy and hassle-free solution that eliminates the need to write checks or the risk of using cash for alcohol transactions between retailers and distributors."
NRA Show 2012 is the one place where 58,000 industry pros from more than 100 countries can connect with 1,800 exhibitors. This is the only venue where both operators and suppliers can forge profitable business ties and the only forum that showcases world-class innovations, talent and strategy from across the restaurant industry.
Fintech, located in Tampa, Florida, is an electronic data and payment solutions company which allows alcohol distributors to be paid electronically by their retailers, as opposed to cash, check or money order. Fintech now serves over 230,000 relationships in all 50 states.