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JetPay Partners with CardFlight to Bring Small US Businesses More Ways to Accept Payments

CardFlight, the SaaS payment technology company, and JetPay, the leader in vertically integrated payment solutions for all business sizes, announced a new partnership today. JetPay will offer the SwipeSimple payment acceptance technology from CardFlight to provide small businesses with an easy to use solution for their payment acceptance and business management needs.

JetPay will provide SwipeSimple as part of their MyMobile product offering. With SwipeSimple, merchants will benefit from a broad range of payment acceptance and business management tools such as:

  • Accepting payments on the go with iOS and Android mobile apps and Bluetooth Low Energy credit card readers that enable EMV Quick Chip, contactless and magnetic stripe payments.
  • Accepting payments at the computer with Virtual Terminal with Address Verification Service support for merchants who need to process card not present payments and the ability to save credit card data on file for scheduled payments, installment payments and subscriptions.
  • Accepting payments in the store with optional countertop hardware such as receipt printers, cash drawers and tablet stands to replace the traditional cash register and payment terminal solution.
  • Using the SwipeSimple Merchant Web Dashboard with reporting and analytics, inventory management and additional business management tools.

Derek Webster, Founder and CEO of CardFlight, said:

“JetPay shares our commitment to offering businesses a path to success with better technology solutions. SwipeSimple is a solid addition to the wide range of solutions JetPay offers. Together, we will enable small businesses across the country to easily accept payments and run their businesses better.”


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