Universal Processing LLC Wins USPAACC’s Fast 100 Asian American Business Award

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New York-based merchant services provider, Universal Processing LLC, wins USPAACC's 2020 Fast 100 Asian American Business Award.

USPAACC Fast 100 Asian American Business Award Winner Universal Processing LLC

USPAACC Fast 100 Asian American Business Award Winner Universal Processing LLC

We have always aimed to be a positive and supporting force for minority business owners in the United States. In the midst of all that has happened this year, this mission has never been so challenging, or important. This award reminds us that we're stronger together."

Universal Processing LLC, a prominent New York-based merchant services provider, has been named by the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation (USPAACC) as one of the winners of this year’s “Fast 100 Asian American Business Awards.” Universal Processing joins the distinguished roster of Asian American-owned businesses whose combined revenue in the previous fiscal year totaled $3 billion and with companies recording up to 431% growth.

“I congratulate Universal Processing for its remarkable achievements and for being one of our Fast 100 Asian American Businesses that have shown tenacity in a challenging economic landscape,” said Susan Au Allen, USPAACC National President & CEO. “They epitomize the best and brightest in our community – proving yet again that business growth and success are achieved through innovation and hard work. Our Fast 100 inspire us all and reaffirm the indisputable power of the entrepreneurial spirit.”

“We are incredibly honored to be recognized by a group whose mission statement aligns so closely with our own” said Universal Processing’s founder and CEO Saint Hung on Universal Processing being named one of USPAACC as a Fast 100 Asian American Business. “We have always aimed to be a positive and supporting force for minority business owners in the United States. In the midst of all that has happened this year, this mission has never been so challenging, or important. This award reminds us that we’re stronger together. If we support each other and persevere, we’ll prevail.”

About Universal Processing, LLC
Universal Processing is a leading provider of technology-enabled payment processing for merchants and suppliers of all sizes in the United States with POS, online, and mobile interfaces, as well as ERP and CRP software integrations.They specialize in providing first class technology and service to underserved minority business owners. Universal Processing has 5 offices nationwide in Manhattan, NY, Flushing, NY, Arcadia, CA, Houston, TX, and Chicago, IL. They currently serve over 12,500 merchants across the United States and manage over $1.6 billion in annual revenue.

For more information, visit https://www.uprocessing.com/

About the Fast 100 Asian American Business Award
The Fast 100 winners come from a broad list of industries, such as Accounting, Audio Visual, Electronics, Engineering, Fintech, Hospitality, HVAC, Information Technology, Logistics, Manufacturing, Professional Services, Real Estate, Staffing, and Telecommunications. To come up with the list of winners, USPAACC tallied the company’s revenue in the previous two fiscal years (2017 – 2018).

The full list of this year’s winners of the Fast 100 Asian American Business Awards can be viewed online here.

The Fast 100 Asian American Business Awards is part of the program line-up of USPAACC’s 35th Anniversary CelebrASIAN Business + Procurement Conference – the largest procurement and business conference to connect Asian American and diversity businesses with Fortune corporations and government agencies to pursue contracting relationships. It is a continuation of a months-long commemoration of USPAACC’s 35th Anniversary Jade Jubilee CelebrASIAN Business + Procurement Conference, launched virtually in July 2020.

Visit here to learn more about USPAACC’s Fast 100 Asian American Business Awards.

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