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Apriva adds ITC Systems to slate of campus card connections


September 12, 2016
By Canadian Vending

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Scottsdale, AR – Wireless transaction processor Apriva’s payments solution now integrates with ITC Systems campus card products.

Apriva’s direct connections to campuses in North America now involve more than 1,100 partners, the company said in a news release.

The company’s campus card platform lets schools accept campus card payments everywhere, expand shared revenue, and create a seamless shopping experience, the release said.

“Apriva’s platform has enabled us to take advantage of credit card readers in vending machines which allow the acceptance of our one-card credential in a closed environment, like a school,” says Cam Richardson, CEO ITC Systems. “We continue to expand our offerings with Apriva to accept our credential at credit card readers that are being utilized to charge for copies and prints, a first in the industry”

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“ITC Systems integrated, modular and scalable One-Card Solutions are perfect for small independent schools, community colleges through to large university campuses,” the news release said.

“Students today want to be able to use their campus cards everywhere, from on-campus purchases at vending machines, laundry facilities, parking meters, bookstores, student unions, etc. to off-campus purchases at surrounding merchant locations,” said Stacey Finley Tappin, senior vice-president, sales and marketing communications at Apriva.

Apriva’s Gateway offers connections to more than 35 processors, accepting all major debit and credit cards, in addition to campus cards in both the U.S. and Canada.

ITC Systems is an international company specializing in cashless Integrated Transaction Control Systems. The firm designs, develops and implements cash card management systems for libraries, university campuses, government departments, food service environments and other closed institutional settings.