Nation’s largest photography association partners with Payscape to further improve its members’ photography businesses
ATLANTA (PRWEB) February 07, 2019
Professional Photographers of America (PPA) has now joined forces with Payscape to provide its members credit-card-processing and other financial technologies to control payment costs & upgrade their technology.
Payscape enables its users to securely accept credit, debit, and all other electronic forms of payment for their photography business. There are two ways PPA members can use Payscape’s credit-card processing service: a mobile version with rates that are lower than Square and an exclusive offer for PPA members on non-mobile transactions.
“With this new Payscape partnership, PPA is giving its membership another way to boost their sales and give their customers a more convenient way to pay,” says Kristen Hartman, PPA’s Director of Member Value & Experience.
Payscape offers more than just a point-of-sale system. Its users can
- process credit cards
- track and adjust sales
- reconcile cash
- adjust tax
- pull reports
- manage staff and inventory
- create and automate digital invoices
- embed an online shopping cart in a website, blog, Facebook, or Instagram page
- streamline program registration by removing paperwork
- process payments online
- keep data consolidated
“Payscape is excited to partner with the Professional Photographers of America,” says John Mills, Vice President of Enterprise Sales at Payscape. “Given their initiative to provide members trusted sources and advanced learning, we aim to enhance their financial technology portfolio and hope to progress both our organizations.”
To learn more about this new benefit for PPA members, head to ppa.com
Professional Photographers of America (PPA) is the largest and longest-standing nonprofit photography trade association with a 150-year history. It currently helps 30,000+ pros elevate their craft and grow their business with resources, protection, and education, all under PPA’s core guiding principle of bridging the gap between what photographers do as artists and entrepreneurs and what consumers want.