Payment processing technology specialist SecureNet Payment Systems has launched an instant merchant account boarding solution, which enables instant boarding of traditional merchant accounts and allows merchants of all sizes to begin accepting payments immediately.
Combining the simplicity and ease of the merchant aggregation boarding process with the benefits of a traditional merchant account, the solution will allow merchants to apply for a new SecureNet merchant account and begin accepting payments instantly.
SecureNet says that instant boarding will enhance its set of existing application programming interfaces (APIs) and seamless integrations into leading shopping cart solutions and point-of-sale (POS) terminals, creating an all-in-one solution that will give merchants the flexibility to choose their preferred method of accepting payments and the ability to begin generating revenue immediately.
“SecureNet’s vision is to provide merchants with the payment technology and solutions they need to rapidly grow their business and generate revenue faster,” said Brent Warrington, chief executive officer (CEO), SecureNet. “Instant boarding will make this possible by simplifying and streamlining the boarding process and making it increasingly feasible to establish acceptance with merchants of all sizes.”
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