Harbortouch Joins Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce
A ribbon-cutting was held recently at the chamber offices.
Harbortouch has recently joined the Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce, and a ribbon cutting was recently held at the chamber's offices.
Malcolm Battle, HarborTouch regional manager, said, “The company will be a partner to grow businesses in the community, from small to large.”
City Council Mayor Pro-Tem, Denny Shortal welcomed the company on behalf of the citizens of Dunwoody and thanked HarborTouch for joining the chamber.
Bill Grant, immediate past chairman of the chamber board, presented Battle with his membership credentials.
Harbortouch is a national supplier of point of sale systems, credit card processing equipment and a full range of merchant services. The company offers an unprecedented “free” program that supplies a full-featured POS system to restaurants and retail businesses with no up-front costs.
Ranked by the Nilson Report as one of the largest payment processors in the United States, Harbortouch currently handles the merchant accounts for over 110,000 merchant locations and processes in excess of $9 billion annually, with
those numbers constantly increasing.