REPAY Associates with Zappix to Reorganize Payment Acceptance

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Repay Holdings Corporation partners with Zappix to reorganize and secure payment processing within Zappix’s self-service platform.

By embedding REPAY’s payment technology, Zappix customers can experience a more convenient payment process with optimum solutions, including card and ACH.

The integration will also help Zappix’s visual self-service and automation solutions to deliver real-time payment processing, allowing faster transactions and higher payment success rates.

The solution will also eliminate the need for third-party payment portals or manual intervention to increase security. With REPAY, Zappix aims to expand the operational benefits to its customers for financial and insurance services, thus delivering exceptional user experiences.

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