New Partnership Creates Comprehensive Payment Solutions for Vending and Nonprofits

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Payter and PayZang partner to create all-inclusive, cost-effective products and services with leading edge technology—from unattended and attended contactless payment hardware to 24/7 support.

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“As industry leaders, Payter and PayZang offer an innovative payment platform to boost businesses and nonprofits of all sizes.”

Pioneers in contactless technology announce a one-stop shop for all-inclusive payment solutions. Payter and PayZang create powerful, all-encompassing, cost-effective products and services—from unattended and attended contactless payment hardware to 24/7 support, and everything in between.

All products and services are seamlessly managed on one platform. Leading-edge technology offers an easy plug and play solution to address payment needs in every industry. Creating merchant accounts, provisioning of gateway, adding contactless payment devices—activation is quick and the solution is comprehensive. The end-to-end system is streamlined (merchant IDs are ready in minutes!); eliminating the need for third parties and creating the ability for merchants and nonprofits to board and accept transactions in minutes.

Cutting edge automated solutions give customers the flexibility to make safe and swift purchases via mobile pay and all major cards—no attendant required. Popular uses are: EV charging, gourmet coffee served with a simple click, and to expedite waiting in line at retail shops.

Hardware is manufactured in-house, with faster time to market and lower prices than competitors. Weatherproof devices operate autonomously and are a unique payment platform—combining payments with private loop cards, loyalty, and telemetry.

Multiple industry surveys prove that adding cashless payment solutions increases the revenue of a machine, improves the user experience, and allows real-time data connection. This, coupled with several payment options, creates new possibilities that reshape how the vending sector connects to the customer and how machines are managed.

“As industry leaders, Payter and PayZang offer an innovative payment platform to boost businesses and nonprofits of all sizes,” says Chris Fleisch, co-founder and vice president of PayZang and Karma Payments. "Karma Payments, the charitable arm of PayZang, provides secure, and purpose-driven donation solutions (and event rentals—the one and only in the industry with this offering) for nonprofit partners, saving expensive processing fees,” he says. “Together, this group of experts upgrades existing operations with impeccable customer service and holistic offerings.”

Payter is an expert in the global field of cashless payments and contactless NFC technology. Working with mobile pay and cards, Payter was the first company to provide a cashless donation solution. Terminals are available in different form factors, providing flexible and specialized solutions for all unattended environments. This fast-growing Dutch company is continuously innovating to provide products and services that benefit an organization’s core business.

PayZang’s multiple payment solution options (deposit services, deposit initiation, online credit card and ACH processing, remote deposit capture, and multi-channel payment acceptance) enable businesses and nonprofits to manage cash, accept, and initiate payments safely, accurately, and cost-effectively.

“We are excited to open Payter’s Salt Lake City office with the team at PayZang and Karma Payments,” says Ben Stocker, global sales manager for Payter. “This is a huge step for us as we expand our global presence after recent success in North America.”

Trendsetting trifecta: Payter, PayZang, and Karma Payments provide comprehensive resources to optimize financial goals, data management, and customer engagement. Products are intuitive, user-friendly, customer-focused, compliant with international security standards, affordable, and employ the latest and greatest in technology and design.

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