Imperial Parking Canada (Impark), a large North America parking operator, has selected Chase Paymentech as its primary payment processing provider. When parking at a majority of Impark’s 1,600 lots across Canada, customers can pay with their MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Interac Direct Payments cards through Chase Paymentech’s payment processing technologies.
Impark selected Chase Paymentech because of its sophisticated technology and extensive expertise in the parking industry. Brad Yen, Impark’s senior vice president of finance, said: “The large and complex conversion to Chase Paymentech’s robust platform was successfully completed thanks to our strong collaboration. Because of the extensive list of vendors certified with Chase Paymentech, we can now work directly with a larger number of parking equipment providers. In addition, Chase Paymentech’s innovative online reporting solution is helping streamline our accounting procedures.”
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