First Hawaiian Bank, a regional provider of commercial and consumer banking services, has partnered with Shift4 Corporation to launch a certified interface that will deliver fast, reliable and secure payments to local merchants in Hawaii, Guam and Saipan.
First Hawaiian Bank merchants processing transactions through Shift4’s payment gateway Dollars-on-the-Net can enjoy high-speed, low cost authorisations and settlements for credit and debit card transactions. Dollars-on-the-Net integrates payment processing with an array of accounting tools that provide customers with a enterprise-wide solution to help streamline their business operations and effectively secure electronic transactions.
“In connecting with Shift4, First Hawaiian Bank is investing in the future of the individuals and businesses that continue to put their confidence in us. By continuing to provide solid financial solutions and world-class data security, First Hawaiian Bank remains committed to supporting the local businesses in the communities we serve,” said Keith Nagata, senior vice president and division manager for First Hawaiian Bank.
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