Hey, what’s up everybody? It’s Justin Live from B2B Vault, the Payment Technology Podcast sponsored by Nationwide Payment Systems. Hosted by this guy, the Steve Jobs of Merchant Services, Allen Kopelman and we’ll be providing you educational information about FinTech, small business and payment processing.
And in today’s podcast we’ll be talking about the 10 questions about integrated payments. Got 10 questions for integrated payments. Yeah, so it’s been coming up a lot. Yeah. Integrated payments in the news. It’s in the news. And. . Well, it’s, it’s a hot topic. My, it’s a hot, my, my glasses are foggy. No, my, my tea is hot.
Got it, got it. My, so we’ll try to make it, you know, it’s a little geeky, but we’ll make it as interesting and poss as possible and talk about like what, what’s going on with integrated payments and how it works. Right. So, I mean, I don’t know much about it, right? I’m the technical side of, uh, nationwide payment side payment systems and the B2B vault.
Uh, I let. Like I said, he’s like, you know, the, the guru of merchant services, so I let him do the explaining. Okay. So you get to ask the questions and I get, so I’m sure everyone’s dying to know what is integrated, what are integrated payments? So simplify integrated payments is, so a company that most people would understand is Shopify.
So when Shopify first started, there was just a. . And then if you wanted payments, you had to get your own payment. You had to go get a merchant account and integrate the payments to what, you know, the different gateways that they used. And then Shopify decided, Hey, we need to make more money. Mm-hmm. , right?
Yes. So they integrated with Stripe. Right. And it’s transparent. You don’t really see. Until you get way into the process of setting up your account. So basically you sign up for Stripe, you sign up for Shopify. I mean Shopify. And you automatically get Stripe. Get stripe without having to no hassles, right?
It’s all integrated into it, and it’s on a pay FFA platform. So that is a integrated payment. That’s an integrated payment plan. An example of an exem. Yeah, integr. Another example would be, Let’s say you had a point of sale company. What is a point of sale company like a restaurant point of sale like Micros or Aloha, those type of companies, somebody like that where they, and then they have integrated payments because they just use one company only to for their payments.
So it’s integrated only to that one company. But you have to do p. And, and everything cuz they’re not a pay F. Got it. So that’s the two types of like integrated payments and it’s being talked about a lot because, um, more and more companies are integrating payments into their. PR into their software platforms for sure.
Right. They have to. Yeah. They ha they have to do it to, to increase their revenue for sure. So I’ve been getting a lot of phone calls from companies cuz we’ve been advertising that we can do integrated payments. We’re actually working on two projects right now. One of them is a food truck software. So they’re already under contract and they’re part doing their integration and you know, they have their roadmap.
And the roadmap to, to be fully integrated onto the onto, they’re gonna integrate onto the PayPal fact platform. So it’s, it’s basically a hybrid program so we can go very quickly. It’s gonna be done probably in between 30 to 60 days. Nice. The holidays. We’ll see how it goes as far as that, as far as that goes.
You know, how that, how that happens. So let’s go to the next question. Um, why do merchants or business owners need integrated payments? So it’s a, it’s a benefit to the merchant so that. , they just call one phone number. Okay. And the company that answers the phone is dealing with their software and with their payments.
So it cuts down on, oh, where’s the, where’s the problem? Because you know, when you’re dealing with the software product, sometimes you have this, you have, you have three pieces. You have the software. Mm-hmm. , you have the gateway, which we’ve talked about before. What is a gateway? Yeah. Explain the gateway real quick.
It’s a, basically a p a piece of software that connects the software to the credit card processor. It’s just a, a conduit, right? So you have that and then you have the processor. So, so, you know. If you have, if all three are three different companies and you gotta figure out if there’s a problem, you gotta call three people.
Everybody’s pointing their fingers, , you know, it’s like who’s on first? Who’s on second, right? Mm-hmm. . And with integrated payments, you can cut all that out, cuz now you just call one phone number and they can pretty much take care of everybody. Much more efficient. Yeah, it’s very efficient. So it’s efficient for the merchant.
And then you don’t have to have also like a side credit card machine for. For your, for your software, maybe you have some software and using a side credit card machine, or you’re using like a virtual terminal on the side. Right? I was gonna say, so software companies could benefit from integrated payments as well.
Yeah. They’re gonna, that’s the next question. Why should software companies have integrated payments? Right. So they should have it because then they’re gonna control the whole customer experience and they’re gonna make. . So that’s a big driving force because you look at companies like, uh, I’m trying to remember the name of the comp.
How do software companies make money from So they, they integrated payments. Well, they’re either gonna become an iso mm-hmm. , and then they’re gonna deal with paperwork. Which could be can be if you don’t. And then also, you know, they could end up having to negotiate rates with merchants. The next thing is they can partner with somebody and then that company’s still dealing with paperwork.
You can become a pay F, which that can become very, very expensive. You need millions of dollars to be your own pay. What’s afa? So a pay FFA is like Stripe or Square or PayPal. Those companies are pay ffa. and those co those companies can, you know, they board merchants underneath. So they’re the merchant and then everybody else is a sub merchant, right?
So you can be, you know, so in order to be a pay F, like toast as a pay ffa, they spent mil, took them a few years to get there, but then they spent millions of dollars to become a payback and. For toast and they have 64,000 clients. And that’s a very small payback. When you compare it to Square, who has Right.
64 million, right? Something like that. Millions of merchants. Right? Or Stripe has million, three, 4 million merchants. And I think Shopify has almost 5 million merchants. Yeah. So, and then Shopify. And Shopify is not even a whole pay ffa. They’re a hybrid pay ffa, cuz. connected to, well, that’s 5 million in the US for Shopify still seems low, but, okay.
Well, whatever. That’s the number they release, right? , we don’t have, you know, we don’t have access to only 5 million shops on Shopify. Oh, in, in the us Approximately when they gave the data out. Yeah. So, you know, the, you know, but integrated payments is a big, can be a big money maker, but like, they’re a hybrid.
So there’s different, and we’ll get into it. What other, uh, advantages do software companies have when they integrate? , well, they, now, they have a, a smoother boarding process. So let’s just say like with the food truck company, right? Okay. They’re gonna, they’re working with us. We create a link for them.
Mm-hmm. , the customer’s gonna come to the link and there’s two choices. One with equipment, one without equipment. Right. They’re gonna click which one they want, then they’re gonna fill out the 10 questions. Mm-hmm. , they’re gonna be approved in five minutes or less. And if it’s the no equip. Version, the software company is gonna have the information, see that they have a live merchant.
Get in there, get. Get the, the, uh, software program, boom, the person’s gonna be processing in in a few hours. Well, that’s a pretty nice advantage. Right? And then on the other side, if the customer chooses the equipment, they can still get the non hardware side going. and then the piece of hardware goes out to the merchant already with the application ready to go in the, in the equipment.
And then when the person receives it, they get trained and then very good, and then they’re ready to go. And it’s a semi, you know, and then because it’s a pay FFA solution, right? Mm-hmm. , and they’re in the hybrid pay a you. They can go to market much faster. So instead of taking a couple of years to develop your pay ffa, you can go to market in 30 to 60 days with the program that we have here at Nationwide Payments.
Yeah, I mean, that’s nice. Yeah, for sure. Uh, and, uh, should, should the software become. Software company become an iso. Oh, ISO. Or a, oh, we gotta, we skipped over number four. I didn’t, oh, we went over that. We asked the question if, okay. Can software companies make money? Oh, any advantages? Right? Oh, so when we talked about should they become an ISO or a pay ffa, it depends how fa, you know.
People don’t want to do paperwork anymore, right? So, and to become an iso, their own ISO can also be very expensive. So I pull some numbers together. Let me pull it outta here of stuff. So let’s say you want to, let’s say you’re gonna go the full model. You want to, you don’t want to do the hybrid, so you’d have to get, um, sponsor bank, you.
and that and a business plan together plus attorneys, and that’s gonna take you two to six months to get that together. Then you’re gonna have to figure out what payment gateway you’re gonna use, because you’re still gonna need a payment gateway. Okay? So you’re gonna have to partner with some payment gateway.
You’re gonna have to then connect that to your software and go through the PCI compliance of doing that. So what’s the advantages of doing a, becoming an ISO or a. . Like what’s, well, the advantage is, is if you, if you think you can process a billion dollars a year, then it, you can spend this, the, the budget for this, which could go into about $3 million.
Right. But if you’re not gonna process that much, it’s gonna take, you’re gonna spend $3 million approximately, maybe. plus salaries for employees and then, and then you’re not gonna be making your money back so fast, right? So a hybrid pay factor program, we eliminate all of the, this whole giant expense and all the partner stuff that you don’t have to do.
You don’t need, you don’t need a sponsor, you don’t need a payment gateway. We, PCI compliance is already done because we do a semi integration. Merchant management platforms are already built. Compliance system is done, underwriting is already in place, and you don’t have to go through any licensing.
Licensing could take six, six months to two years, and now I think Congress is gonna make it much harder with all these problems that they’ve been having with FinTech companies, and it’s gonna be much harder for companies like what companies? , uh, aml, you know, certified for anti-money laundering, especially in light of what?
Just Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. Happened with FTX and there’s already a bill on the floor for that. Yeah. So that’s gonna make that process, which now is six months to two years, could be, could be a lot longer. And well, how much rate cost to get set up. To for what? The the, the hybrid program? Yeah. Zero. Nice. So there’s no cost to get set up.
The only cost is whatever it’s gonna cost you to do an integration. So like the guys for the food trucks software, they’re estimating that they’re integration fees between the outside vendor they’re going to use and their own employees is gonna be around only 10,000. , could you explain like a little bit more about a hybrid hybrid pay F model?
Yeah, so the hybrid pay F model, you basically skip over all the getting set up and all that cuz you’re gonna work with a company that’s already a pay ffa. Mm-hmm , you’re just gonna be under them. Okay. So you’re gonna build like square as all their people under. So you have the pay F and then you’re gonna be underneath the payback, and then you’re gonna have your tree, all your, your tree of clients underneath there, right?
And then you’re able to manage your clients. And then all the, why don’t you map that out? So what does that mean? What does that mean? What does a tree of clients, well, that I’m just saying you’re gonna have all your clients underneath you. that you’re gonna make money from. Just like if it was a multi-level marketing, right?
Mm-hmm. . So like that’s easy for people to understand, right? Right. And multi-level marketing, one person is on the top and then everybody else that signs up underneath you’re making income from. Right. So that’s how the, the pay FFA model works the same way. It’s kind like multi-level marketing for for payment processing.
Right. That would be a, that would be a good analogy. What do. Sounds good. Yeah. So, you know, basically that’s what it is. But you’re able to, but with the pay A model, you’re able to do the 10 questions, get people approved quickly without doing paperwork. So if you’re just in a ISO model, then you have people doing paperwork, paperwork all the time for every single application.
Mm-hmm. , and then it’s, and then it’s a longer process to get your customers boarded, right? So this way you can go to market a lot faster. That’s perfect. Yeah, so you can market, you can market your product. People sign up and they can sign up for the product. and the processing in one link, which is very convenient.
Yes. Super convenient. So the same thing like with Shopify, it’s basically their, the way theirs is kind of a two-step program, cuz you gotta have the website built before they’ll turn on the merchant services. Mm-hmm. . So once you’re done building your website, then you can apply for the merchant. You can’t put the cart before the horse.
But in this case, when you’re dealing with software, so it could be any type of vertical, it could be food trucks. Someone could make a software for dentists, someone could make a software for, let’s say people clean, uh, washing dogs. Someone could make a software. It could be anything you want. Restaurants, right?
Um, bakery, software, liquor store. , it doesn’t matter what kind of software you have, anybody can, can integrate onto a program like this. It’s good to know. Yeah, so it, so it makes it where, you know, and now especially, there’s, I mean, I was reading where one company has over two hundred, two hundred and twenty five, um, vendors already integrated onto their platform.
I mean, the platform we’re working with now, we have about one, two, about five people integrated on. , you know? Mm-hmm. . And then we are working with another platform and we just integrated somebody who has software for a particular educational product. So, so they’re It’s moving along. Yeah, it’s moving along.
Yeah. We’re getting client, we’re getting clients. So what are some, uh, incentives software companies? Get with partnering with MPS or Nationwide Payment Systems? Well, we’re basically, we’re helping, we’re helping them through the process. Okay. One of the other things that we do is we have development teams, so they have access to the developers at all times.
So no matter what platform that we’re gonna place them on, , they’re assigned to a developer. There’s, they have a team over there. They’re able to communicate with them. They don’t need to call us on the phone. They can work through the process very quickly. So that’s the whole thing. Yeah. So that’s a good incentive.
There’s no upfront fee. And as soon as they start boarding customers, they can start making money. There you go. So that’s the whole thing. And then, you know, what’s your company gonna be worth? There was one company that was. like I’m sure toast once the integrated payments end, right? Mm-hmm. , and they’re controlling it all.
And even Shopify, those companies are worth 10 times what they were worth before for sure. Because they’re controlling everything, not just the product. They’re controlling all the payments and the commerce and everything that’s going on around that. Yeah. From so from, it’s like from thought. Right. So I mean, if you look at it like this, let’s say, we’ll just give this food truck guys as an example.
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Thanks again for listening. So let’s say they bring on a hundred clients, right? And then if they were just selling their software, let’s just say their software, I don’t know the price. Let’s just say it’s 50 bucks a month, right? Mm-hmm. . So before they’re just making 50 times a hundred. What’s that? 5,000 a month, right?
Right. But now they’re adding the payments in, let’s say each customer, they can make another, let’s just use a low number cuz food trucks aren’t, not necessarily all high. , right? So let’s just say they can make another $50 per food truck a month. Well, now they have a hundred food trucks and they’re making 50.
Now they doubled their income to 10,000 a month. Yeah, that’s nice. So you can, you know, and just think about other businesses that could be much, have a much higher volume, like something like a salon software or restaurant software where the volumes could be higher. You’re gonna make a ton. You’re gonna.
a lot more money on off of the, cuz now you have your software product and then you have the payments engine. Yeah, man. And then if you want to go sell your company, guess what? You have double the income or triple the income that you would normally have just as a software company. That’s good. Yeah. And then in some cases, you know, in some cases, you know, we might invest in, in a.
Right. If we think that there’s a good upside to that, to that company so that we can help ’em more, but we also bring to the table is that we can help them get business. Mm-hmm. , because we can help them with marketing. Right, right. Because maybe you have us. Maybe you’re a startup company like this food truck guys, they only have about a dozen clients, so maybe we, you know, we can help them with, you know, press releases.
We can have them on the podcast once the system goes live. So there’s a lot of different ways that we can help them promote their product and get more people signed up for their product. Cool. So we’re, you know, we’re partnering with them. We’re not just like, okay, you. now go make some sales. Right? So we’re actually participating with them and helping them, you know, get the word out, get, get the word out, get out of press release, get out, and then a product announcement, get it up on our website, get, get the, uh, the links all built out, you know.
And the other thing, like the problems that they have too, is let’s say before they’re collecting their fee for the, uh, their fee for the, uh, software through like, through a credit card, you know, or maybe an ach. Mm-hmm. . Well, we’re, we can include that on the platform so it’s all collected for them. So it’s all collected.
The merchant’s just paying one fee, so it’s very easy. Boom. And they don’t have to worry about like, oh, we gotta collect money. Oh, 10 people didn’t pay. Okay. Well they don’t pay . They’re gonna be processing credit cards either. Right. Which you wouldn’t have control over. If you didn’t have control of the payments, a lot of good, uh, points, right?
So there’s a lot of good points to do that in the hybrid pay FFA model instead of, you know, let’s say a year to two years to build out your ISO and a pay FFA hybrid pay FFA model, 30 to 60 days. , you can be up and running right as fast as you can move. What are you waiting for? ? Yeah. What are you waiting for?
We’re what we’re looking for, you know, independence. So, I mean, obviously this is a hot in, you know, hot, hot thing in the industry, so Yeah. Why, why? , why is it hot? Because software companies are starting to wake up to the fact that they can make a lot more money. So they’re looking to partner with, um, companies and we have a lot to offer because we have a semi-integrated platform, no PCI compliance to deal with, less for the customer to deal with because with the hybrid pay FFA model, you know, it’s.
we can get people approved in like five minutes. Nice. So they’re approved and ready to go. We’re not doing the paperwork model, we’re not nego, you know, cuz if you have, uh, you know, if you’re just an ISO and I come to you and I, you want to start negotiating the fees, right? Mm-hmm. so you can have more of a set fee.
I mean, look at. toast and Shopify don’t negotiate with people. The rate’s, the rate, no. Right. Square doesn’t negotiate. No. The rate’s, the rate. So that’s what it is. Uh, the rate is the rate, yes. Somebody came to us and they’re doing, you know, million dollars a month. Okay, well there’s some negotiation in there.
Can work with you. Right. We can work with that. We’re, yeah, we’re gonna work with the, we’re gonna work with the merchant and we’re gonna me work with our, the software partner, and we’re gonna get them a cust, you know, custom pricing for their, you know, for the, for that customer. The team was good, but I’m just saying, sorry, , but I’m just saying in, in general, you know, you have less, there’s less friction as part of the sale, right?
So the sale is the sale. The person wants the product. They sign up for the product, the processing’s built in over and done. Mm-hmm. . That’s it. And then, you know, it’s good for the software company because the customer’s gonna be locked in. They’re not shopping around for payment processing, they’re not driving them crazy about pricing because basically I think that, I think credit card processing is gonna make a really big shift in the next like five years.
Mm-hmm. , where you’re gonna have tons and tons of integrated product. , lots of them. More and more products integrating, more companies coming into the coming in. And they need to look at which model they want to be on. Do you want to be on the paperwork model and going back and forth, negotiating with pricing with people, or do you want to be more like Toast Square stripe, like nationwide payment systems?
Boom. Here’s the pricing. Everything’s built in frictionless experience for the customer. Customer. Besides, besides the, uh, , um, food truck software. Do you, is there any other examples of, you know, partnerships? that we have already. Yeah. So we partner, I told you with the education company that’s doing a, has a school.
Mm-hmm. , so they have their own software. So they integrated onto the platform. Mm-hmm. the one you built out the questionnaire for. Oh yeah. Yeah. So we have the, so we have that one swimming school. Yeah, swimming school. So they have their own software and it’s like, it’s like a two level thing cuz it’s also a f.
Man, you are encrypted sometimes, sir. , you know, swimming. The one, you know that one, that one bro? No, I don’t know. . Yeah. Swimming school. So it’s, it’s also, it’s a software that they have and then, and then it’s a franchise at the same time. Wink, wink. And then they’re part of the, and then it’s part of the Pay FFA program.
So people come in, they’re automatically approved, boom and set up. So education restaurant. Retail. Yeah, it can be salon, liquor store, whatever kind of software you have. Maybe it’s invoicing software. Maybe it’s software for any type of business you could possibly think of. I mean, it’s an infinite, right?
Mm-hmm. , it’s infinite. There’s all kinds of different businesses, and maybe somebody has a tattoo. I’m just trying to, I’m just, you know. Oh, I’m just saying, I’m saying what’s real right now? Like, how can they use it today? How can, how can they, who should use it? Who can integrate today? Any company who, any, we’re looking for software vendors, yes.
That they want to integrate, so that’s a great example. Answer an to the question. That’s an example, right? Any software vendor, you have software and you want to have integrated payments and you don’t have integrated payments, and you want to be on the pay FFA model so you can board your clients faster, smooth.
Quickly and get it done, and then you get all the benefits because they’re gonna have access to your software. Plus we have the fully built out dashboard, right, that does everything, that they get access to all, you know, to all the reporting and all that. What about web design agencies? , yeah. We can partner with web design agencies, especially if they’re, because I mean you, when you say software, I just think of like these companies who are building websites for other businesses that are going to need to get paid.
Yeah. Well, they can set up with us too, and then we give them a unique, uh, landing page. They send their customers there, they get signed up for e-commerce, and we give them. The tools they need so they can get the person set up with a WooCommerce WordPress shopping cart. Mm-hmm. quickly and easily. And we eliminate a bunch of the expense with that too, because they don’t have to buy the plugin, like if you use in a third party gateway.
Right. So you don’t have to deal with that. And there’s no extra gateway fees and no extra gateway transaction fees. So in that case, we’re similar to what PayPal Stripe offered their, their merchants. Except the only difference is with a web agency, they’re getting a piece of the residual. Right. So that, that’s another great partnership.
They can partner with us in the pay ffa and that is, that’s part of integrated payments also because as part of that, , the payments are integrated to the website and the web designer can be selling it that way, right? Instead of just selling like, oh, there’s, here’s the website. Here’s the website. And with e-commerce comes with solutions, right?
Comes with the e-commerce. They could be like their own Shopify. Well, yeah. You know what I mean? They could sell it similar to way Shopify. . Mm-hmm. , right? So they, you know, they can come up with that word. Let’s say somebody has their own, uh, shopping cart software. Maybe somebody has their own that they made, right?
Custom shopping cart software and they want to integrate. But then so that way their customers don’t have to go out and go get a merchant account and go both get third party gateway software. So there’s lots of different, I don’t know how that will work. It could work. Shopping cart, you mean like to integrate into WordPress?
Like a plugin, like WooCommerce? Yes. There’s people that have custom shopping carts. Sure. Mm-hmm. . Yeah, they built that. It’s very difficult to get in. into the WordPress depository? Just, just, I’m just saying it can be hap It happens for sure. I’m not saying it doesn’t happen, but yeah, good luck. Well, somebody that built something custom, but I’m saying maybe it’s not WordPress.
Maybe it’s just a custom shopping cart platform that they built out themselves. Or let’s say somebody built out like a funnel. Right. Okay. And they wanted to link payments into the funnel, right? Right. Well, we could do that for them, right? For sure. So let’s say someone has a funnel software like, what’s that one called?
Funnel ClickFunnel. ClickFunnel, right. Something. Let’s say somebody and I see ones all the time. Most of them are on, most of them I see. They’re like on Stripe, a lot of them. But this, they could integrate onto our. and then that’s it. Boom, they’re done. They can integrate and the same, they can make a seamless thing, oh, you need to accept payments on our funnel platform, or whatever it is that they’re building out.
They can, they can, uh, integrate them on, they can integrate to our platform. And then, like I said, the 10 questions get the people approved quickly, boom. And then they’re up and running for payments. Nice. Yeah. Cuz with that, with something like that, they can use the api Right? Right. And then link it into any type of software you have that’s not doing something for card present, or let’s say it needs to be card present.
They can do the semi integrion onto the hardware, right? And then it’s semi-integrated and they don’t have to deal with going through all the PCI compliance and all of those different things that you normally would’ve to go through. And if you needed pos, you can get that too. . Yeah. We can integrate to a pos.
Yeah. If someone wanted that has a POS system, right? And they go, okay, well we want to have integrated payments. We’re not doing that today. Mm-hmm. , we’re talking to somebody now they have a retail point of sale. Mm-hmm. and they don’t have integrated payments. So we’re talking to them about how to do integrated payments Nice.
And we work with more than one platform for integrated payments. So if you don’t fit into one, we can fit you into another one. But it’s all, we make it all where it’s a seamless, frictionless boarding process, and we can handle collecting the money for your software too. getting the vendor paid. So that way it’s a smooth, a whole smooth process.
The customer’s not getting charges from here and there, right? Mm-hmm. . So let’s say Justin added Justin’s retail software. Mm-hmm. . So instead of Justin billing them, if they came through the pay FFA system, they would get billed for the software and the credit card processing all in one. Smart. Yeah. So it makes it for, you know, we make a, an easy business case, no upfront cash.
The only expense you have is your integration cost. Quick roadmap. 30 to 60 days. I mean, I think most people can complete it in 30 days that we’ve talked to. Okay. We’re working on, we’re working on, we have one project and process and there’s two projects that are about to get started. Very good. So it’s very, you know, it’s, and they’re very excited to participate with us because we’re gonna hand, they don’t know anything about merchant service.
right. So because they don’t know anything about merchant services, we bring out 20 years of experience to them. We can hand, we have the staff, we have the knowledge we can handle, make sure everybody’s getting boarded quickly. If there’s a problem, we can. Get it fixed. You know, like some information is incomplete that the, you know, the merchant provided mm-hmm.
and then get it and then get them approved quickly. So everything need, cuz that’s what everybody wants today. They want to be, get set up now. Right, right away. Yep. Quick. Yep, easy. Yep. Boom. And then you get fu and then all our funding is next day. . That’s good to know. Right. So you get your money the next day.
So that’s, you know, thing, that’s things that everybody’s, everybody’s always worried about, right? Oh, when am I gonna get paid? Yeah. How long does it get to get paid? And then, like a software company, a lot of times they don’t have a backend built out. Right. For the payment side. Mm-hmm. and then. Working with us.
That’s already done. Yeah, you get that. You get that with the whole pay FFA model. So you get like, and then it’s like we said with the franchise, we built them outta custom dashboard so they can see all their franchises and how all the payments and everything going through all the franchises. Nice. Very nice.
So it’s, you know, it’s a pretty cool setup. So if you want to integrate payments into your software, anything? Yeah. Any software that’s, you know, related to your business. Reach out to Nationwide Payment Systems. You can text book to 9 54 8 2 7 9 8 1 8. Uh, Alan will get back to you. Uh, you can set up an appointment through there, or you can go to B.
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