PayAnywhere is partnering with D&H Distributing, a computer products and consumer electronics distributor as part of the firm’s second phase of aggressive retail rollout strategy (view press release). The partnership will see the expansion of availability of PayAnywhere to small retailers through the country’s largest distributors. Retailers working with D&H distributors can now offer their customers the PayAnywhere mPOS solution for on-the-spot credit and debit card transactions using the mobile credit card reader.
“The success of PayAnywhere’s initial retail channel rollout, with larger retailers like Walmart, The Home Depot, Office Max, Pep Boys, Meijer and Fred Meyer, has made PayAnywhere readers available across the U.S.,” said Scott Addyman, vice president of sales, PayAnywhere. “PayAnywhere is partnering with D&H Distributing to further expand our retail channel presence and reach by providing a distribution model for smaller regional and independent retailers to utilize D&H for sourcing PayAnywhere.”
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