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Fintech Welcomes New Customers, Adding More than 10,200 Relationships and 47 New Distributors in July

Tampa, FL, August 8, 2017 – Processing $2.0 billion in payments for its beverage alcohol retailers and distributors in July, Fintech continues to set the pace in providing the OneSource® solution for beverage alcohol customers nationwide. Important developments included welcoming a number of new clients with locations across the nation.

 

The addition of more than 10,200 new relationships in July adds to the company’s total of more than 450,000, processing with over 3,200 alcohol distributor partners.  Several leading national retail chains and long-time Fintech clients including Brinker International, CVS, Kroger, and Whole Foods Market continued using Fintech OneSource to increase efficiency and profitability by onboarding new locations.

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Fintech also welcomed numerous new clients attracted by top notch customer service and distributor coverage.

 

New clients selecting Fintech’s OneSource® solution in July included the following:

Fabio Trabocchi Restaurants
With five restaurants in the Washington, D.C. area, Fabio Trabocchi Restaurants launched Fintech’s OneSource solution at all locations in the month of July. 

Fielding’s Rooster
Brand new Texas-based restaurant Fielding’s Rooster adopted Fintech in July to streamline alcohol purchases.

Hewing Hotel
Minneapolis-based luxury hotel Hewing Hotel implemented Fintech in July for its restaurant and bar.

 

Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe
A Taziki’s Mediterranean Café franchisee brought its Kentucky locations onto Fintech in July.

Tap & Bottle
Arizona beer and wine bars, Tap & Bottle, began utilizing Fintech in the month of July.

Fintech also welcomed hundreds of independent retailers in the month of July.

47 New Fintech Distributors
Forty-seven distributors adopted Fintech’s regulated commerce solution to increase operational efficiencies and simplify collections during the month of July. Fintech provides customized invoice information and electronic payments for distributors of all sizes - - including craft brewers, small batch distilleries, boutique wineries, and the nation’s largest beer, wine, and spirits wholesalers. Fintech enables distributors to streamline business processes and receive every payment in full and on time.

Distributors that enrolled in Fintech in July include:

Bad Jimmy’s Brewing
Craft beer distributor Bad Jimmy’s Brewing, located in Seattle, adopted Fintech to simplify payment and business processes.  

Di Vino Wholesalers
Kentucky wine (and moonshine!) distributor Di Vino Wholesalers has joined Fintech’s OneSource for its alcohol deliveries.

Mt. Nittany Vineyard & Winery
Pennsylvania wine distributor Mt. Nittany Vineyard & Winery has implemented Fintech electronic payment processing for its alcohol invoices.

Click here to view a list of retailers and distributors using Fintech’s service around the country.

About Fintech
Fintech®, the leader in data and electronic payment for alcohol purchases, provides a OneSource® solution assisting retailers and distributors in managing their beverage alcohol business. With a comprehensive suite of products and services, Fintech provides insight into purchasing habits and product cost, resolution through reconciliation, purchase order and credit tools, and an avenue for the seamless exchange of data. Servicing over 450,000 relationships and 3,200 distributors, Fintech processes over 500,000 invoices weekly, representing $24 billion in payments annually.

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Media Contact: Emily Carbone - ecarbone@fintech.net - 800.572.0854 x 3887