POSsible POS Inc., headquartered in Stafford, Texas, is extending the distribution of its POS software and hardware solution though its new partnership with North American Bancard, the nation’s leading merchant services company, and its front-end gateway, Velocity Exchange. This joint effort provides businesses with the complete POS and merchant processing solution in a feature-packed, competitively priced offering nationwide through NAB’s extensive Agent and ISO reseller base.
The partnership was created to take advantage of the extensive resources and training programs of both POSsible POS and NAB, as well as their position in the market and dedication to helping businesses thrive. NAB’s front-end gateway, Velocity Exchange, provides POSsible POS with a single interface to all of NAB’s service providers and payment types. Both companies’ complementary solutions seamlessly integrate to meet the specific requirements and goals of businesses, including all-in-one POS systems; installation and training; ongoing technical-support; operations management; and gift and loyalty cards; among many other benefits.
POSsible POS offers a variety of software and services for hospitality and retail businesses, including POSsible POS Restaurant Software, which enables restaurateurs to improve profitability by managing ingredients and recipes, employee labor, and customer marketing personalization based on market trends.
Manan Mehta, CEO at POSsible POS Inc. and Pat Ward, vice president o channel sales at North American Bancard, recently initiated the partnership with the mission to further advance the point-of-sale and credit card processing industry standards.
“Our partnership with Possible POS will help us to better meet our hospitality and retail customers’ needs, by offering Possible POS’s POS-in-a box program which increases reliability, speed and ease of use,” Ward says.
Manan adds, “We are excited to become a part of the North American Bancard family, which has been known for years as the most innovative and leading payment processor in the industry.”