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APS Announces Partnership with Republic Bank & Trust Company

APS Announces Partnership with Republic Bank & Trust Company

Approval Payment Solutions (APS), a leader in the merchant processing industry, is proud to announce their partnership with Republic Bank. This partnership will provide a wide array of merchant services solutions to Republic Bank’s customers.

The venture will go to market as “APS, Republic’s Merchant Solutions Partner”.

“We are excited about our new partnership with Republic Bank,” said R. Allan Noe, Founder and CEO of APS.  “Their dedication to the communities they serve is impressive. APS merchant solutions will help Republic Bank’s clients increase sales, decrease costs and mitigate risks.”

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APS and Republic Bank’s partnership will provide products, tools, and services crucial to running a successful business. Business owners will be able to expand their credit card processing services through innovative software solutions. APS provides clients educational resources, consultation, and extraordinary customer service.

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APS is a 22-year-old, national, top-40 payment processor. APS maintains an 89% merchant retention rate compared to the industry average of 78%. The APS mission is to build partnerships through excellence in customer service.

APS is a full-service provider, offering credit and debit card processing, gift, loyalty, EBT, Voyager, Wright Express, Check Conversion, Check Guarantee, Check Recovery, Core Local services, SEO, and Website Design.

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