PRESS RELEASE: Payment Processor PAYARC to Exhibit to Restaurants at New England Food Show

Connecticut-based payment processor PAYARC plans to meet merchants at the annual Boston trade show held on March 22-24, 2020, to offer unbeatable pricing, best in class service and a multitude of POS integrations.

Connecticut-based payment processor PayArc plans to meet merchants at the annual Boston trade show held on March 22-24, 2020, to offer unbeatable pricing, best in class service and a multitude of POS integrations.

In the three years since the company began operations, PayArc has become a major player in the field of payment processing with an emphasis on the food service and hospitality industry.  PayArc was built on two pillars, offer the best possible pricing combined with industry leading support.

The New England Food Show, which takes place at the Boston Convention Center on March 22-24, 2020, is a trade show where exhibitors pitch their products and services to food service buyers and restaurant owners. Offering culinary demos, seminars on the newest technology in the industry, an alcohol pavilion where restaurants can try new beers and wines for their menus, and other features, the New England Food Show is the place to be for those looking to expand their presence in the restaurant industry.

PayArc aims to show restaurant owners and others involved in the industry how working with them will reduce their costs to process transactions and alleviate any challenges  associated with accepting payments. PayArc offers a wide range of available terminals and POS systems, with intuitive reporting.  PayArc’s experience in the sector includes working with multi-location franchises and quick serve restaurant chains.  With low rates, reliable service, and a dedicated Customer Support team, the company is the ideal choice for restaurants looking for a processor that works for them.

So, if you happen to be attending the New England Food Show,drop by their booth! Questions are always welcome, and this is the chance to understand your payment processing system better—and lower your rates, too!