Payscape, a U.S.-based fintech startup, announced on Friday it has formed a partnership with the National Construction Trade Association (NCTA) to offer its members financial technology and merchant processing. According to Payscape, the collaboration will also create “Non-Dues Revenue” for NCTA, and allow the organization to diversify its association revenue.
Founded in 2004, Payscape states it offers payment solutions to various sized businesses and specializes in helping small to medium-sized businesses with financial technologies that allow them to accept payments, streamline their businesses, and increase cash flow.
“Our dedication to payment technology and industry innovation is consistent; our mission is clear: to make it simple for business owners to collect money. Whether you accept credit cards at your retail storefront, process payments on your mobile phone, promote gift cards, operate an online shopping cart, or electronically invoice clients, Payscape offers financial products and services guaranteed to satisfy your cash flow needs.”
Speaking about the partnership with the NCTA, Adam Bloomston, CEO at Payscape, stated:
“Through our partner program, Payscape can provide discounted, bulk credit card processing rates, educational content & innovative financial technology for construction industry professionals.”
Jeff Winn, Founder & Executive Director of NCTA, went on to add:
“We are excited to partner with Payscape to offer our construction trade members financial technology solution with exclusive member-only rates.”