Axia Payment Solutions, a payments hardware and software supplier, has selected Tsys’ end-to-end business solutions to grow and manage its merchant base.
As part of the agreement, Axia will now be able to offer its merchants the technology developed by Infonox, a Tsys company, including the TransIT platform, a full-service processing backbone, and TranSending, a web-based, data-entry tool that streamlines the portfolio management process.
“Compared to other providers, Tsys can best support the diverse needs of our customer base by providing a single platform solution, industry-leading tools and the relationship support that will allow Axia to remain one of the fastest growing ISOs in the US,” said Randal Clark, president of Axia Payment Solutions.
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