Record Year for Certified Payment Processing

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2009 proves to be a record year for Certified Payment Processing.

Our success is an indication we're providing the right products and services to our merchants

While many acknowledge 2009 as one of the worst years in history for business, Certified Payment Processing (CPP), a full service provider of electronic payment processing equipment and merchant services, saw a couple of record-breaking increases.

According to the final numbers which were shared with CPP employees last month, new merchant activations were up nearly 15 percent over the previous year and processing equipment installations were up 30 percent. In a year when many companies were laying off, CPP actually increased employee headcount by seven percent to keep up with the growing business.

“Our success is an indication we’re providing the right products and services to our merchants,” says Tony Norrie, Vice President and General Manager. “Business owners are always looking for ways to save money, but equally important is for them to find ways to make it easier for customers to do business with them. We tailor solutions to help them increase revenue, satisfy their customer needs, improve efficiency and control costs.”

As a direct provider of credit card processing, CPP has more than 500 dedicated sales consultants throughout the country, supported by 300+ office employees at two facilities.

About Certified Payment Processing
Certified Payment Processing (CPP) is a full-service provider of electronic payment equipment for processing purchases made by debit and credit cards, as well as checks and online purchases, in addition to a range of other specialized merchant services. For nearly 20 years, has helped businesses increase revenue while controlling costs. CPP has two direct sales entities –TransTech Merchant Group and Summit Merchant Solutions and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas. For more information:

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