MerchantPro Express (MPX) has been providing customers around the country with first-rate merchant services for more than ten years. Beyond this, though, MPX understands that there’s much more to running a business than swiping credit cards. It’s an interwoven set of processes that combine to build a complex operation. With that fact in mind, MPX remains ever vigilant to identify new technologies that can help businesses optimize and save money. That’s why MPX has partnered with MetisPro.
MetisPro is a Berwyn, P.A.-based POS solutions provider, specializing in creating innovative (Point-of-Sales) POS solutions for businesses in the retail and foodservice industries.
As part of this new and exciting partnership, MPX is introducing its expansive network of merchants to MetisPro’s technologies including its most recent offering, Quantic, an iOS and Android-based system that creates a robust solution for businesses to optimize their operations with customizable features such as menu displays, employee schedule tracking, inventory management, customer and service area management and much more.
The Quantic system also includes comprehensive reporting and analytics features, so their customers can continuously identify opportunities for optimization and savings.
Together, MPX and MetisPro deliver exceptional credit card processing and merchant services with extraordinary optimization capabilities to maximize efficiencies, improve reporting, management and usability, and save clients and customers’ time and money – a truly winning team combination!
This excitement is felt on both sides of the relationship. Says MerchantPro Express President and CEO Chris Briller, “There was an obvious synergy between our two companies, and we’re happy to be bringing new, innovative technology to our customers." Echoing this sentiment was MetisPro Founder and CEO Vigyan Kaushik, who said, “we’re excited to announce a new and integrated point of sales system built with efficiency and comprehensive features to help businesses grow their bottom line.”