Staitment is New Software for Credit Card Processing Professionals – Available January 2020
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 25, 2019 ST. LOUIS, MO — SwipeSum, the first online marketplace for credit card processing, has announced the release of its new product STAITMENT, an AI-powered processing statement reading technology. The new software uses artificial intelligence to read uploaded processing statements and outline the fees and pricing structures contained within. Additionally, the software can help credit card processing, e-commerce, point of sale, banking, and payments professionals create sales cost-comparison proposals instantaneously.
“There is a massive need for STAITMENT in this industry,” commented SwipeSum CEO Michael Seaman. “The current process for reading statements is archaic. ISOs and resellers are spending too much time poring over statements and proposals. STAITMENT automates the statement reading and proposal creation processes and allows professionals to spend more time serving their valued customers. Not only will STAITMENT accurately read statements and remove human error, but it will drastically shorten sales cycles.”
In addition to its primary processing statement reading function, STAITMENT offers the following features:
• Determines whether listed fees are negotiable.
• Allows users to manually categorize fees as interchange or processor markups.
• Identifies varying pricing structures including cost-plus, flat-rate, and tiered pricing.
• Calculates effective rates and total negotiable fees.
• Creates processing proposals based on the user’s own inputs including buy rates, monthly fees, and target residuals.
About SwipeSum, Inc.: St. Louis-based SwipeSum is the first online marketplace for credit card processing. The company helps businesses of all sizes find their best payment processing solution at the lowest possible rate by soliciting competitive bids from its network of 70+ payment providers. SwipeSum has served over 1,300 businesses since 2018 and has earned numerous awards including a St. Louis Arch Grant.
Michael Seaman, CEO