BankServ has launched DepositNow Mobile, a wireless payment processing solution that includes hardware, software, wireless service, transaction processing and support. DepositNow Mobile enables businesses in a variety of markets – including ground transportation, residential services, food services and mobile merchants – to efficiently accept and process paper cheque or credit card payments anywhere.
“To compete, small businesses need to offer more convenience and service than big business alternatives,” said David Keenan, vice president sales and marketing of BankServ. “DepositNow provides powerful payment tools that help small business owners improve convenience and service while speeding cash flow. With DepositNow, business owners can deposit cheque payments from their desktop computer, electronically invoice clients, accept online bill payments made by credit card and e-cheque, and now they can even collect payments at the customer’s home or business with DepositNow Mobile.”
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