SecureNet Payment Systems has announced the company has exceeded USD19bn in annual transaction volume and increased its number of merchant partners to over 16,000. Additionally, the payment tech company has announced four new merchant service provider partnerships.
Brent Warrington, CEO of SecureNet said: “By enabling our partners and merchants to easily integrate with our technology through a library of sophisticated APIs, we give them the keys to our payment operating system, PayOS, and allow them to build and control their own payments technology roadmap. Our partners and merchants continue to validate the growing demand for agile, multi-channel payment technology and the strength of SecureNet’s position leading the way in the emerging payments landscape through our cloud-based technology and flexible architecture.”
SecureNet’s new partners include:
- COCARD is a network of certified, independent payment professionals seeking to maximise individual business strategies, within the payment processing arena, for their registered ISO’s and agent resellers.
- DSI Net is a financial transactions consulting firm for small to medium sized companies, offering first class merchant services at reduced, wholesale cost.
- Signa Pay is an all-inclusive, wholesale processing network of ISO’s, agents, VARs, associations and banks providing services and resources to help members maximize their merchant acquisition efforts and overall revenue generation for their merchant portfolios.
Vantage Payments is a merchant services provider delivering payment solutions; individualised business planning and value added consulting services to all types of merchants around the globe.
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