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Andreoli improves payment processing software

Posted on January 28, 2014

Andreoli & Associates Inc. has integrated Merchant Partners payment processing in its cloud-based HITS BPOS software.

The integration enables Andreoli customers to electronically process payments for virtually every type of credit card, debit card, and check right within the point-of-sale, eliminating duplicate data entry and improved accuracy. Several tire manufacturers’ cards are supported as well.

“We chose to integrate with Merchant Partners as they are the stand-out leader for credit card processing for the tire and auto service industry” says Mike Andreoli, president. “The integration eliminates the need for dedicated phone lines, reduces errors, and improves workflow.”

Merchant Partners Inc. of Redmond, Wash., specializes in point-of-sale software integrations in the automotive markets.

In addition to the integration with Merchant Partners, HITS  BPOS has connections to several third party providers including online DOT registration, Epicor ISE parts and labor, tire wholesalers, appointment scheduling, CARFAX, and more.

Click here to learn more about Merchant Partners payment processing.

To learn more about Andreoli’s software, call 800-438-4487 ext. 32, email sales@aasys.com or visit www.aasys.com.

Related Topics: Andreoli & Associates Inc., Merchant Partners Inc., payment processing

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