Sun National Bank is expanding its portfolio of technology solutions for small businesses and merchants with Pogo>, a mobile payment processing solution. Sun is the first New Jersey-based bank to provide this mobile payment solution, in collaboration with First Data, a global leader in electronic commerce and payment processing.
Pogo> is a business-grade solution that enables a merchant to accept credit, signature debit or cash payments anywhere inthe United States where the merchant has wireless coverage. Pogo> works by allowing a merchant to combine a web-enabled iOS or Android smartphone or tablet with a mobile application and secure mobile card reader to create a point-of-sale (POS) device.
“Sun National Bank is dedicated to providing our small business owners, entrepreneurs and local merchants with products and services that enable them to grow their businesses and succeed,” said Thomas X. Geisel, President and CEO, Sun National Bank. “With the ability to access Pogo> in our growing suite of small business banking services, our customers can leverage the latest technology to securely process payments, more effectively manage their expenses and improve their bottom line.”
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