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The right payment providers can bring needed integration to your franchise network.
Whether you are a franchisor or a franchisee, we’ve got you covered. We understand the importance of consistency across your business brand, product offering and overall customer experience.
SEAMLESS INTEGRATION WITH YOUR FRANCHISE
Worldpay understands the need for integration across your network. We understand the requirements of integrating your systems and helping your franchisees streamline their operations while supporting each location’s revenue growth.
Our payment solutions support flexible operating models. Wherever you engage with customers – at the till, on the move, online, or via an integrated payments terminal, enabling you to connect your payment processing functions with other business systems, like accounting, payroll and customer relationship management via integrated software applications.
ABILITY TO GROW AND SCALE
Working with a trusted partner like Worldpay could ensure that your franchise and the health and profitability of your franchisees, will continue to flourish amid a competitive landscape. Any payment solution you employ needs to be scalable, easy tom implement and frictionless. All these features Worldpay could provide.
For more information on Worldpay from FIS and how we can support your payment ambitions contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Worldpay payment processing solutions allow businesses to take, make and manage payments more seamlessly. Worldpay makes payouts to a broad network of suppliers and beneficiaries around the world, with capabilities to send money to approximately 225 markets in nearly 135 local currencies. FIS is a Fortune 500® company and is a member of Standard & Poor’s 500® Index. To learn more, visit https://www.fisglobal.com/en/merchant-solutions-worldpay. Follow Worldpay on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter (@Worldpay_Global).
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