Heartland Payment Systems, a leading provider of merchant business solutions, and AJB Software Design, Inc., a provider of integrated payment solutions, have announced a strategic partnership designed to not only help merchants comply with security mandates, EMV and other emerging forms of payment. The two companies’ technologies will offer merchants flexible payment options for their customers at the lowest possible cost.
The partnership will enable Heartland’s Portico Gateway to support merchants through AJB’s Flexible Integrated Payments and Retail Transaction Switch solutions.
“We’re excited about our new partnership with AJB, a market leader in providing integrated payment solutions to some of the leading retail brands,” said David Hogan, Executive Director, Heartland Payment Systems. “We look forward to collaborating and developing integrated solutions that harness best-in-class solutions to support the needs of the extended retail industry.”
“Heartland is a game-changing leader in the payment processing industry,” said Bohdan Myroniw, Director of Business Development for AJB. “Heartland’s Portico Gateway provides one of the most sophisticated approaches to interchange management. With AJB’s unique payment integration software and Heartland’s Dynamic Interchange Management solution, retailers can take advantage of this solution and still have lots of flexibility to choose payment devices that meet their needs.”
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