Global Payments has launched XCharge in Canada, a Global Payments integrated payment processing solution for merchants. The company continues to execute on its long-term strategy by expanding direct distribution through its integrated solutions channel, and entering Canada is a key milestone.
The XCharge payment application facilitates seamless connectivity with point-of-sale solutions, provides full EMV credit and debit transaction processing through the secure PIN Pad and offers comprehensive real-time transaction reporting.
“We are pleased to introduce a best-in-class integrated payment processing solution to our partners throughout Canada,” said Rene Belanger, President of Global Payments Canada. “The integration of EMV technology with industry-leading security features provides unparalleled vertical solutions for Canadian merchants.”
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