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TouchSuite Forges Alliance with Leading Construction Industry Association to Provide New Opportunities to Construction Professionals Nationwide

The newly established partnership with The Construction Underground (TCU, Inc.) aims to provide a heightened level of financial and educational support to the group’s 14,000+ members.

Boca Raton, FL (January 21, 2015) – Leading U.S. financial technology company, TouchSuite, has established an exclusive partnership with The Construction Underground (TCU) the construction industry’s largest cost-free association, presented by Speedy Concrete Cutting, Inc. – in an effort to provide its members access to a more cost effective payment processing and access to capital for the growth of their businesses, as well as ongoing educational support on payment-related technologies and policies. TCU, Inc. and TouchSuite will roll out the partnership at the next TCU, Inc. networking event in Orlando on Thursday, January 22, 2015 and at ongoing quarterly networking events in South and Central Florida.

“One of the most rewarding aspects of our work at TouchSuite is that we have the ability to support small and mid-size businesses in virtually every industry through our financial tools and resources, said TouchSuite CEO Sam Zietz. “Our new partnership with TCU, Inc. is a great example of how, by establishing a mutually beneficial relationship with key industry leaders, we can all enjoy greater success and receive the opportunity to grow our business.”

TCU, Inc. aims to build a free membership organization promoting a strong business-to-business referral network for construction professionals nationwide and was founded by Speedy Concrete Cutting, Inc. Todd Barna, CEO Speedy Concrete Cutting Inc. has experience with TouchSuite as an affordable processing partner with the ability to provide access to capital to the construction businesses that require costly operational investments inspired the idea to create an alliance with the company that would extend these benefits to TCU’s 14,000+ members.

“TCU, Inc. has never introduced business solutions to our membership, but to give them access to preferred rates and group underwriting along with creative ways to stay competitive and meet client needs in a re-surging economy has led to the forging of this new relationship with TouchSuite,” said Barna. “In addition, giving our members who may be looking to grow their fleet, procure equipment, and fund growth opportunities with access to capital provided by TouchSuite makes this partnership even more valuable to members.”

Construction industry professionals must comply with a variety of regulatory organizations, including OSHA, Workers Comp and other federally controlled agencies. As changes in compliance impact the financial aspect of their business, TouchSuite’s partnership will also provide TCU, Inc. members with critical and insightful information about how the issue will impact them and what they must do to comply. A current issue, for example, is the impending EMV processing migration and the federal compliance it requires of every U.S. company that wants to avoid liability in the event of fraudulent credit card activity. Any construction company that accepts credit cards will be impacted by this regulatory shift, and TouchSuite’s team of experts will be on-hand to educate TCU members on the issue and the process ti compliance.

TouchSuite will be featured at the upcoming TCU, Inc. networking events in 2015. Construction professionals are welcome to attend and all are urged to stop by to meet the TouchSuite team, receive a free statement analysis, and hear about the preferred capital rates and merchant processing rates established exclusively to TCU, Inc. members.