EROGO Integrates Apple Pay into Merchants Services
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(PRWEB) December 09, 2016
EROGO has announced that it now offers the ability to complete transactions with Apple Pay. The company's merchant services include tools that make day-to-day business operations seamless, fluid, and more cost-effective; allowing clients to focus on their business rather than worry about technical issues. And integrating with Apple Pay is a unique opportunity to streamline operations even more.
As technologies improve and evolve, EROGO is constantly looking to better its services. Now that smart phones and smart watches have become mainstream, the ability to use text notifications for business needs is very useful in the merchant service market.
Apple Pay caught EROGO's attention as the company searched for the optimal transactional notification platform. Its vast user base and comprehensive features make Apple Pay the perfect tool to track payments and other transactions for a business.
EROGO's credit card processing services with Apple Pay are applicable in a wide variety of everyday situations. For example, if a business allocates a petty cash or discretionary fund for its employees to purchase coffee or meals, the company can opt to receive--or not receive--notifications any time an employee uses a company card for such a purchase.
The service can also be used to set up notifications any time a company card is used for a recurring charge, such a subscription to a newspaper or magazine or a monthly utility bill. EROGO users are able to choose what kinds of transactions for which they receive notifications. Customers can also customize how they receive notifications, such as on a smart watch.
Apple Pay is included in the EROGO basic merchant services agreement at no additional cost to both existing and new customers. EROGO has several additional features planned in the coming months, and intends to use the momentum gained from integrating Apple Pay to take the merchant services industry to the next level.
EROGO is a private merchant services provider and offers credit card processing services for small- to medium-sized businesses. EROGO is collaborating with two partners and is open to additional partnerships with banks and other merchant services providers. Additional information will be distributed as more services and features are added to the platform.
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