Some time ago we had the opportunity to introduce dynamic fintech company, AppTech Corp. (OTC: APCX), which utilizes innovative payment processing technologies to complement its core merchant services capabilities. It also provides patented and proprietary software for a highly secure digital payments and banking platform that powers commerce experiences for clients and their customers … all licensable or available through a suite of synergistic offerings.
If you’re new to fintech, the simple truth is that the category is exploding, sparked in no small part by the need for the technology during the COVID pandemic. And if you’re new to the phrase itself the simple definition is fintech is best described as “computer programs and other technology used to support or enable banking and financial services.”
We love how diversified the Company is within fintech, creating a spectrum of service additions for its clients. Currently, the Company offers a variety of merchant services including credit card processing, ACH processing, and gift & loyalty cards.
All these, in our estimation, help with customer acquisition and retention. More to offer, harder to leave.
But in addition to all this, a product under development could be the real game changer, the star of the Company’s fintech show once developed and deployed.
Fintech is already revolutionary as we see it. But what if there was a revolution within that revolution?
Imagine if you could send funds with a simple text message.
They are working on just that. AppTech is developing a text payment feature which offers the end-user security while relying on the simplicity and comfort of text messaging. The processing technologies support tokenized, multi-channel, and multi-method transactions.
It’s worth monitoring, especially if you already have an affinity for fintech.
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