Chargezoom addresses the payment needs of modern businesses with robust integrated payments, allowing businesses to automate and scale quickly.
FREMONT, CA: Chargezoom, a leading platform for managing billing and payments, has partnered with PaymentCloud. Chargezoom addresses the payment needs of modern businesses with robust integrated payments, allowing businesses to automate and scale quickly. Automation reduces the burdens typically associated with accounts receivable, including manual processes and payment friction. Providing an easy-to-use platform that delights merchants and their customers has attracted the attention of the payments industry.
"We are honored that PaymentCloud has selected us to partner with," says Matt Dubois, CEO of Chargezoom. "They are a leader in this space with a rapidly expanding business that grew from supporting hard-to-place merchants and has developed into a recognized leader for merchants of all types. We are proud to be able to support the next leg of their growth journey as their merchant needs continue to evolve."
Ranking #915 on the Inc. 5000 list of the Fastest-Growing Private Companies in 2021, this dynamic group of young payment professionals gives business owners spanning a multitude of industry types the ability to start accepting payments online, in-person, and over the phone. The superior service, an abundance of integration options, and robust fraud protections set PaymentCloud apart from the competition and proved to be a top pick again and again.
"We couldn't be more excited to announce this partnership between Chargezoom and PaymentCloud," says Michael Wright, COO & CSO of PaymentCloud. "Bringing together the most innovative payments automation platform and the leading e-commerce merchant account specialists in the industry is going to add tremendous value to both our merchants and agents. WIth the ability to unify a rapidly expanding digital infrastructure, the Chargezoom platform offers an amazing opportunity to transform the way our merchants think about, and interact with payments."