The integrated payment solution is set to launch early in the first quarter of 2020.
“We chose UpdatePromise because our two companies are aligned when it comes to consumer experience and technology. The alignment between our two organizations positions our glass technicians, both in store and in the field, to provide customers with simple, seamless payment processing options at some of the most competitive rates available in our industry,” says Mark Bennett, product manager for Mitchell International.
UpdatePromise began providing merchant services to the automotive industry in the year 2016.
Chief Operating Officer of UpdatePromise, Rich Pannazzo, comments, “We saw a gap in the automotive space when it came to consumer payments. There was no true point of sale system available for business to provide a smooth, seamless and integrated payment process to their customers, who today, expect to pay everything on their phone or on a smart device capable of texting and emailing their receipts to themselves,” on the background of developing UpdatePromisePay.