DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Swipebox is thrilled to announce that company co-founder, Joshua Allen, has been recently selected to join the 2018 Electronic Transaction Association (ETA) Technology Committee as one of its newest members.
The Denver-based startup announces this achievement on the anniversary of its first year in business, marking one year since its founding members merged resources and industry experience to launch Swipebox. The fintech payment company is dedicated to simplifying payment processing for its clients around the globe through by adopting and creating the newest, process improving, technology available in the payment space.
"I'm excited that Swipebox was elected to have a seat on the ETA Technology Committee," said Allen. "As we start 2018, Swipebox aims to increase the positive impact we have in our respective markets. This designation reaffirms our company's commitment to using technology in payments to better serve our clients and their customers.”
The ETA is the leading trade association for the payments industry and exists to influence, monitor and shape the industry through education, advocacy, and information exchange. Its Technology Committee leads the identification and communication of tech issues within the industry as they emerge. As a member, Swipebox will be rubbing shoulders with some of the industry's biggest names, with fellow committee members representing companies like American Express, WorldPay, TSYS, and Samsung.
The opportunity gives Swipebox the chance to help shape the technology-related issues of the payment industry, while also working alongside industry pioneers.
About Swipebox: Swipebox is a Denver-based payment gateway providing essential services for a merchant's payment ecosystem. Following initial company contact and deployment, a typical customer can open for business the next day with new equipment, lower processing rates and zero business disruption. http://www.swipebox.io
About The ETA Technology Committee: The ETA Technology Committee is responsible for identifying current and emerging technology-related issues and assisting with communication of these issues to the membership. The committee provides information on technology trends and applications to ensure that ETA is established as a valued information source for members and for the industry.