Preoday has integrated Canadian payment solutions provider Moneris into its platform. This new integration means that Preoday can now support hospitality companies across Canada with mobile and online ordering for both credit cards and Interac debit card transactions.
Nick Hucker, Head of Business Development at Preoday says, “Integrating Canada’s number one payments processor and one of North America’s largest, means that yet more food and drink companies across the hospitality industry can take advantage of our mobile and online ordering platform. We look forward to working closely with a range of Canadian businesses.”
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