Moneris Solutions Corp, a payments processor in North America has announced it has formed a strategic business partnership with CenPOS, a provider of cloud-based payment management solutions for the business-to-business market.
CenPOS has integrated Moneris’ advanced payment processing function into its cloud-based omni-channel payment platform to transform the payment processing experience for businesses that sell to other businesses. The partnership gives companies in the United States and Canada a comprehensive enterprise-class solution and allows them to use a single payment processor in both countries. Together, CenPOS and Moneris provide a suite of end-to-end transaction management tools that help B2B increase sales and minimize costs through a variety of innovative reporting tools and interchange management functions.
“We could not have found a better partner in the business-to-business space than CenPOS,” said Chris Lee, President of North American Strategic Partners and Emerging Markets for Moneris Solutions. “Their product suite complements our B2B payments expertise perfectly. Together we can help B2B companies improve their cash flow and reduce expenses by driving down the cost of processing card payments.”
“B2B companies are now conducting business and accepting payments through multiple channels, so the need for tools to help them manage those transactions more effectively and efficiently is greater than ever,” said CenPOS CEO, Christopher Justice. “CenPOS delivers a comprehensive suite of omni-channel payment management solutions that improve customer engagement while driving efficiency and reducing costs. Through our integration with Moneris, we have made those solutions more powerful than ever.”
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