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Priority Technology Moves Beyond SMB Payments With Company.com Partnership

Priority Technology Teams With Company.com

Merchant acquiring and payments firm Priority Technology has teamed with Company.com to provide access to its full stack of technology, services and payments solutions to Priority Technology’s clients.

The partnership is designed to help Priority Technology extend its services portfolio beyond payments to include marketing, email, tech support and tax services to their 190,000 businesses. In addition, Priority’s customers can take advantage of team collaboration solutions and get discounts for bundling services through the Company.com Services & Technology Application Cloud (STAC) platform.

Afshin Yazdian, president of Priority Payment Systems, said in a release that the partnership with Company.com “greatly expands our ability to meet our customers where they work, with best-in-class products that can be configured to meet their unique needs.”

Bill Wade, founder and CEO of Company.com, described the partnership as a “perfect fit” with their own goals of “innovating and fostering success in America’s small businesses.”

In March, Company.com announced that it was rolling out its Business Funding Marketplace, which integrates into its STAC platform, to help small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) with their unique financing needs and match them with an appropriate financing offering. It can also connect its experts with small business owners who need guidance in choosing the right financing solution.

Company.com was launched in 2008 to offer businesses a one-stop solution to find trustworthy, vetted resources. It offers a suite of business services, productivity tools and social networking resources developed to help businesses streamline operations and scale.

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