Tidypay is Pleased to Announce a New Partnership with GS Systems

  • Payments
  • 22.09.2022 11:45 am

Tidypay and GS Systems have recently partnered where our payment services and their solutions will help enter, establish and further expand our combined offerings in new markets.

With the payment industry increasingly playing a critical role in every aspect of different businesses, companies recognise that they need to accelerate and invest in the future of payments. 

Expanding our market has been a main priority of Tidypay and by collaborating with GS systems, we are able to provide our payment services in new countries and incorporate their pre-existing POS solutions with us. This partnership brings together simplification, efficiency, technology development and increases the overall value of our brands.

“It’s been great working alongside such a forward-thinking fresh company like Tidypay. The integration has opened up so many new opportunities, particularly with allowing us to offer a true order & pay handheld device. Our customers love how this streamlines their table service, speeding up the payment process and improving the guest experience”.  Stuart Wearing, Operations Manager, GS Systems

This new partnership brings together Tidypay, which is a PSP company offering easy and efficient solutions across 32 European countries. The services range from e-commerce to standalone payment services. Partnering with GS systems which is a leading independent hospitality specialist that provides a variety of EPOS solutions. The solutions range from fully automated EPOS and enterprise management solutions, but also unrivalled consultancy and managed services. The partnership between these businesses will further enhance the payment sector and the aim will be to simplify the future of payments. 

“Tidypay is excited to partner with GS systems and increase our presence in the UK market and capture different industries. Our teams combined will present new simplified payment opportunities and increase values for both of our companies.” Morgan Sellen, CEO, Tidypay 

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