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About TouchSuite in SFBJ

A little bit about TouchSuite in the South Florida Business Journal.



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Talk about a fast-paced company in an emerging industry. Since January, TouchSuite has launched the first EMV payment processing solution fully integrated with a point-of-sale system; the first gift card exchange process that allows customers to use unused gift cards as a form of payment at a TouchSuite merchant; and the first payment alternative in the Canadian market integrated with QuickBooks – and the only native payment alternative for U.S. QuickBooks and QuickBooks POS users.

TouchSuite products are also equipped to accommodate related market technologies, such as NFC payment solutions like Apple Pay and automated marketing tools like HireFrederick, My Time and Town Target. The company is beta-testing a number of other solutions that will be on the market within the year.

“Our intent is the same with every product we develop: to create technology that transacts, to drive foot traffic to our merchant customers, and to increase transaction size for our merchants by gaining a larger wallet share,” CEO Sam Zietz says.

In 2014, TouchSuite saw $28 million in sales revenue, or almost 50 percent profit growth over 2013. Zietz calls the growth exponential, and with more advancements just now hitting the market, “2015 will surely continue the momentum.”

To Zietz, profits alone do not translate to success. In the community, that means using its diverse line of payment services and products to be innovative when devising charitable contributions.

“At TouchSuite, we maintain a rigid adherence to our core values, which we felt were critical to our success and continuous growth: Create market disruption, exceed expectations, seek constant improvement, operate with a sense of urgency, act like an owner and find solutions. Every problem has one, [so] do away with excuses, act with integrity and always have fun,” Zietz says. “A company that manages to maintain [its principles] as it grows and evolves is one that I think makes a strong candidate for this recognition.”


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