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More Money, Less Problems for Software Companies

Most software companies we talk to are looking to do two things, improve profits and reduce problems. When it comes to payment processing, this is not a sentiment you’ll likely hear echoed by independent software vendors (ISVs). Why? Because many ISVs struggle to monetize payments that flow through their software or simplify the process, missing valuable opportunities to grow revenues with less problems.

The Challenges
Many ISVs are challenged with striking the right balance between understanding complex payment industry pricing, taking their fair share and remaining competitive and attractive to clients.

What’s the solution?
A lot of companies we speak with tell us they want to deliver more revenue and a better customer experience. These companies struggle to find the right mix of profit and service. Not knowing the right payment options, methods, and rates can not only be risky, but costly to you and your customers. So what is an ISV to do?

Wind River Financial recently introduced a model that can help simplify your process and dramatically increase your monthly recurring revenue (MRR), bringing meaningful impact to your bottom line.

How it works
It’s not magic, it’s about leveraging the right model and design that has you in mind. We know that in order for you to be successful, you need to be in the driver’s seat. When you work with WRF, we ensure you have the freedom to set payment processing pricing. We also offer interchange optimization and qualification review and provide you with automatic monthly payment review.

What does all of this mean for you? It means increased profitability with additional payment revenue and the ability to secure and maintain the lowest interchange rates for your margin maximization.

Let’s talk
Contact us today to setup a call with a member of our team. Fifteen minutes is all we’ll need to explain how WRF’s model can simplify your processes and increase revenue.


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