Spindle has announced it has reached an agreement with iConnect to provide merchant aggregation and payment processing services to iConnect’s US-based merchants.
Through this partnership, iConnect will leverage Spindle’s instant merchant approval process to advance board merchants on the Spindle payments platform.
“Our agreement with iConnect gives Spindle a substantial opportunity to provide our merchant processing services and mobile commerce solutions to a vast audience of both large and small merchants,” said Bill Clark, Spindle’s chief executive officer. “Our core on-boarding and payment processing solutions dovetail perfectly with iConnect’s rich cloud-based POS technologies. Through our combined offering, we have the ability to empower legions of merchants across the country to accept mobile payments in a reliable, non-disruptive, and fully secure manner.”
Subodh Gupta, iConnect’s founder and president stated, “We are excited about our partnership with Spindle. This platform gives us the opportunity to deliver unprecedented value to merchants by offering them a superior payment platform that brings cost savings, consolidated services, and better customer experiences.”
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