SQID Signs New Agreement with Merchant Warrior to Expand its Payment Offerings Including ApplePay


April 16, 2021 – TheNewswire – SQID Technologies Limited (CSE:SQID) (CNSX:SQID.CN) is pleased to announce it has signed a new agreement with Merchant Warrior to provide a range of new payment solutions to its customers including the ability to offer ApplePay, GooglePay, BPAY and Electronic Fund Transfer.

SQID will also offer a range of new payment services including Unified Payments to allow eCommerce and in-store POS and also Smart IVR for payments by voice commands.

The agreement with Merchant Warrior will see SQID build upon their platform offering whilst removing the need to maintain and develop its existing platform and legacy systems. The Company will be able to focus on new Sales and Marketing opportunities in the pipeline and reduce backend operations.

Existing customers will be migrated to the new payment platform in April and will have access to the new offerings from May.

 

On behalf of the board of directors.

 

For more information, please contact:

Athan Lekkas

Chairman and CEO

E: athan.lekkas@sqidpayments.com.au

Telephone: +61 3 9820 6400

Email: investors@sqidpay.com

About SQID Technologies

SQID Technologies is a payment processor head quartered in Australia with a proprietary software platform for online debit or credit card payments for both retail and wholesale transactions. It provides merchant services and transaction processing to business merchants and e-commerce customers across both ‘Business to Business’ (B2B) and ‘Business to Consumer’ (B2C) segments to bridge both retail and wholesale transactions through its platform. For more information on SQID please visit https://sqidpayments.com.au.

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