CardFlight CEO and founder Derek Webster said the technology “reflects our team’s commitment to provide the right payment acceptance tools for an even broader range of merchants.” SwipeSimple Customers is available via both online dashboard and mobile app, and will give merchants the ability to schedule payments – including installments and subscriptions – store credit card data on file, and charge customers using that stored card on file.
John Shipley, SVP of Operations at Clearant, called the new solution “a way for us to offer even more value to existing users.” Shipley, whose firm has been a multi-year partner of CardFlight, praised the company as one that “always deliver(s) a winning product that just works.”
The release of SwipeSimple Customers follows the launch of SwipeSimple 5.0 last month, which provided features including the ability to pair cash drawers and receipt printers and a SwipeSimple Virtual Terminal with full Address Verification Service support for card not present transactions.
Founded in 2013, CardFlight demonstrated its payments acceptance technology, mobile payment infrastructure, and API/SDK at FinovateSpring 2013. The company includes 10 of the top 30 merchant acquirers in the U.S. among its clients, and more than 45,000 merchants in all 50 states use CardFlight’s solutions. CardFlight was recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the top 500 fastest growing companies in the U.S., and the fifth fastest growing company in the financial sector.