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Axia unveils new branding and logo

Rebrand reflects the company’s position as a division of i3 Verticals

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Axia, a provider of innovative payment technologies and solutions, has announced a new look to reflect its position as part of the i3 Verticals family. The company was founded in 1999 and has a reputation for integrity and experience in the payment processing sector. It then joined i3 Verticals in 2016, becoming a division of i3 Merchant Solutions.

This move allowed Axia to reach more customers and deliver even better technology. Now, the company has launched a new website with an updated look to reflect this change.

New look, same expertise

As part of i3 Verticals Merchant Solutions, Axia aims to provide versatile and innovative payment technology, allowing its customers and partners to be profitable and competitive. i3 Verticals is a family of payment software products and services for a wide range of sectors, from hospitality and retail to the public sector and more.

Its human-powered, technology-driven model delivers integrated, customised solutions across the United States, serving thousands of organisations and securely processing over $13 billion each year.

Axia mobile payment processing

Axia boasts over 100 years of collective experience in the payment processing industry, with more than 800 employees and reps around the US. It has expertise in several unique sectors and is known for its customer retention and ethical business practices.

Moving forward, partnerships are a key focus of Axia i3, as it works to help associations, financial institutions and ISVs (Independent Software Vendors).

“We have always worked with the end-user when it comes to payment processing and will continue to do so, but now that we are part of the i3 family, we have begun to focus on partnering with the specific ISVs that have the best reputation in our vertical markets,” says Mark Weatherford, Strategic Partner Development.

Axia, a division of i3 Verticals, is transforming the way merchants accept electronic payments by guiding businesses through the complex landscape of payment processing.

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