- ATHC subsidiary adds low-cost credit card processing, business solutions programs amid heightened marketing efforts
- Company adds loan assets to increase funding for alternate lending clients
- President anticipates revenue generation in Q3 amid drive to serve entrepreneurs, boost synergy among subsidiaries
As end-to-end business solutions company Accelerated Technologies Holding Corp. (OTC: ATHC) advances its portfolio toward revenue generation, it is expanding the low-cost merchant services that it makes available to small- and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) through subsidiary Intelagy (http://nnw.fm/G3wDs). Intelagy offers affordable subscription-based credit card processing, branding, marketing and analytical tools to SMB owners that better enable them to compete in today’s market environment with resources that may typically be more available to bigger players.
In a July 31 news release announcing the filing of Accelerated Technologies Holding’s Q2 financials (http://nnw.fm/4e2GP), the company noted that Intelagy launched the first of many marketing campaigns for its services amid the expansion of its payment processing project. It also reported that subsidiary FinBridge, which provides loan capital to independent sales organization (ISO) and merchant cash advance (MCA) lenders, posted about $250,000 in loan funding (http://nnw.fm/s1qIw) in a boost to company assets, and that ATHC has completed its proprietary customer relationship management (CRM) systems to help its clients use data analysis to boost their relationships with current and potential customers.
“We are pleased to inform shareholders that we are ahead of schedule in regard to executing our merchant servicing strategy and look forward to begin generating revenue via affordable subscription based small business solutions in Q3 as we continue to add shareholder value,” Accelerated Technologies Holding Corp. President Kevin Kading stated in a news release.
ATHC’s portfolio also includes subsidiaries XStreamCorp, a reality gaming social network that is adapting proprietary technologies to dramatically change the player experience in online gaming through streaming video, audio and messaging capabilities, and IconXchange, which aims to provide a decentralized, flexible infrastructure for human funding through blockchain-based coins and tokens.
The company provides consulting and technological resources along with venture capital to help entrepreneurs with potential to build great companies, particularly through the use of Internet-based cloud-computing, software as a service (SaaS), mobile dynamics, storage, databases and other back-end systems. With the addition of Intelagy to the family, Accelerated Technologies Holding will continue structuring in synergy between its subsidiaries to further establish enterprising solutions for SMBs while driving its own corporate growth to maximize shareholder value.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ATHCorp.com
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