November 12, 2020
Upgraded Package Expands E-Commerce Services to Fuel Business Growth
ALPHARETTA, Ga. (Nov. 12, 2020) – MerchantE, a leading end-to-end digital commerce platform, announces new features for the Business Essentials bundle. The all-in-one package includes everything a business needs to conduct commerce online, in the office and on the go.
The business tools that were once limited to large enterprises are now available to any business—large or small. MerchantE’s Business Essentials bundle is a suite of services to support businesses online, giving them greater insights to make better-informed decisions through advanced reporting and analytics.
The Business Essentials bundle provides everything needed to:
“Now, more than ever, businesses need to be wherever their customers shop. We’ve simplified how growing businesses manage all the moving parts to make that happen,” says Sandra Blair, Chief Product Officer at MerchantE. “MerchantE’s Business Essentials bundle includes all of the capabilities to meet the financial service needs of businesses, enabling them to take control of how money flows into and out of their business.”
MerchantE’s Business Essentials bundle offers a full range of payment acceptance tools for one low monthly fee and includes one of the lowest credit card processing rates in the industry for small and medium-sized businesses.
To learn more and apply, visit MerchantE.com.
MerchantE provides a financial technology platform that drives digital commerce and supports the money management needs of growing businesses. Its customers gain a competitive advantage with their services to revolutionize the way they bring money in, move money out, and make money decisions. MerchantE helps their partners by offering tools and revenue streams to integrate, self-brand, refer, or resell their products and services. MerchantE has 300+ employees and is located in Alpharetta, Georgia. For more information please visit MerchantE.com.
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