Payment solutions provider, TSYS has launched a VAR (value added reseller) partner program in an attempt to widen its market base and fortify its hold in the banking software segment.
This is the second step by the Columbus, Ga-based company after it announced plans to make its products support mobile commerce offerings.
For those who take part in this program TSYS will provide access to payment processing applications across a range of industries.
And partners can have a closer glimpse of TSYS clients, as well as more individualized partner support and advanced product and service notifications.The program offers clients access to hundreds of VAR partners utilizing a single web-based touch-point, which saves time and energy while searching for the perfect payment application.
"Participation in the TSYS VAR Partner Connect program provides Precidia valuable exposure to the TSYS sales channel,” said Deepak Wanner, president and CEO of Precidia Technologies, Inc.
By partnering on key joint marketing activities like webinars and collateral, Precidia benefits from TSYS’ platform to educate merchants.
“Soon after our initial involvement with the TSYS VAR Partner Connect program, we produced two very promising partnership and joint marketing opportunities, and we are excited that these opportunities will continue to grow,” said Mike Byrne, CEO of IVR Technology Group.
TSYS provides services to more than half of the top 20 international banks and is a Fortune 1000 company.
TSYS, whose full name is Total System Services (News - Alert) Inc., has recently announced a plan to make its core products support an expanding array of mobile commerce and payments offerings made by telecommunication companies, handset manufacturers, card networks and digital wallets.
Last month, Qatar National Bank (QNB) inked an agreement with TSYS to get the license for card and merchant management solution. QNB is one of several banks that are increasingly using TSYS software to help themselves expand operations overseas.
Edited by Brooke Neuman