7-Eleven, a leading convenience store chain, has signed a seven-year contract extension with Heartland Payment Systems, a large US payments processor. Under the extension to the current contract, Heartland will continue authorising and settling credit and debit card transactions for more than 5,800 7-Eleven-branded convenience stores nationwide.
“Over the past two years, 7-Eleven has realised the benefits of Heartland’s efficient, state-of-the-art card processing capabilities – and importantly, its responsive service,” said David Seltzer, 7-Eleven’s vice president and treasurer. “Heartland professionals are available whenever we need assistance, and their knowledge of the convenience and petroleum industries is critical for our operations and delivery of superior shopping experiences for our customers.”
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