VARStreet Inc, the provider of integrated Sales Quoting and e-Commerce software for IT and Office products Channel, has announced a partnership with Mercury to offer payment processing and revenue generation solutions to its customers.
With the new integration, VARStreet customers will have the ability to access Mercury’s best-in-class payment technologies without any hidden fees.
Mercury is the latest addition to VARStreet’s existing network of payment gateway partners in both US and Canada. Mercury is already built in VARStreet e-commerce platform, thereby allowing its customers to activate the new payment gateway without requiring them to purchase any additional software. Mercury payment processing is ready-to-use with whatever POS, terminal, or mobile payment option VARStreet subscribers choose, unlike other payment processors that lock merchants into a fixed payment system. Through Mercury, VARStreet customer can accept all payment types and card brands.
“We are very pleased with our partnership with Mercury. We understand that processing secure payments in real-time can have a critical impact on customer’s business profitability and Mercury delivers this solution very efficiently across multiple devices,” says Shiv Agarwal, Vice President – Sales, VARStreet.
“Payment acceptance has grown beyond credit and debit,” says Brett Narlinger, senior vice president of sales with Mercury. “Customers expect choice. Mercury, together with VARStreet, offers merchants a secure, seamless and scalable solution that maximizes business opportunities for merchants.”
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