This program reflects our corporate philosophy to offer flexible, powerful solutions to ISOs...
Fort Worth, TX (PRWEB) April 30, 2013
First American Payment Systems, a leading payment processor and merchant acquirer, announced today that it will offer a new boutique Wholesale ISO Program geared toward accelerating partner growth and customizing operational support.
The new, highly specialized program was developed after consulting with industry leaders. “We listened to what industry veterans and leaders wanted in an ISO program and created a boutique plan that encompasses the most desirable aspects from partnership programs in the industry,” said Director of Sales, Strategic Partnership Channel, John Newton.
The Wholesale Program gives ISO’s a powerful set of product solutions to differentiate themselves in the market. Custom marketing packages drive value to the ISO’s brand while full-service operations and sales support enable ISO’s to focus on driving sales and profitability.
“We are very proud and excited to introduce this program at the ETA annual convention in New Orleans. This program reflects our corporate philosophy to offer flexible, powerful solutions to ISOs in this rapidly changing payments landscape,” Newton advised.
For more information on the new Wholesale ISO Program, contact John Newton at john.newton(at)first-american(dot)net
About First American Payment Systems
First American Payment Systems, L.P., based in Fort Worth, Texas, is a payment processor that provides comprehensive electronic transaction processing services for more than 140,000 merchants throughout the United States and Canada. In addition to credit, debit and EBT card processing, First American offers a complete line of proprietary products and services to businesses and non-profits, including M+Terminal® mobile solution, Secur-Chex® check services, FirstAdvantage® gift cards, FirstPay.Net™ e-commerce solutions, FirstFund® ACH software, Govolution® government e-payments, national ATM sales, and Merimac Capital® point-of-sale equipment and ATM leasing. For more information, visit http://www.first-american.net