WePay Launches iOS Mobile App For SMB Payments

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4:42 PM EDT February 27th, 2013

WePay, which enables small businesses to accept credit cards, today announced the availability of a new mobile application for iOS. Specifically designed for the needs of small business service providers, the app includes two new features: quick and easy invoicing and charging credit cards on the go.

Both invoicing and credit card processing cost just 2.9% + .30¢ per transaction.”¨Small business service providers make up over half of all U.S. businesses, numbering 14.2 million strong. This $1.1 trillion market includes independent contractors, designers, accountants, marketing professionals, and even dog walkers, babysitters and masseuses – to name a few.  

“We felt that the needs of small business service providers weren’t being met by existing mobile payment apps,“ said CEO Bill Clerico. “Our solution offers these businesses everything they need to get paid. Now whether they’re on the road or in the office they have access to everything people love about WePay – professional invoices, credit card processing, and unparalleled customer support – all without requiring any extra hardware or a dongle.”

WePay’s free mobile application is available today from the Apple App Store. 

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