Infintech, The Cure Starts Now team up for electronic payment program

Infintech, a Cincinnati-based electronic payment company, has teamed up with the nonprofit  The Cure Starts Now Foundation to launch a new service that can save companies money and contribute to cancer research.

Infintech, in Sharonville, announced its new SeCURE Payments program that it says could save companies more than 40 percent on their payment processing. In addition, Infintech will donate 25 percent of the net processing revenue from this new program to The Cure Starts Now.

“We believe in the cause, and we want to do what we can to benefit this nonprofit,” says Infintech President Ryan Rybolt.

The Cure Starts Now is located in Cincinnati and was founded in 2007 by Keith and Brooke Desserich, whose daughter Elena died of a rare brain cancer at age six. They created the foundation in her memory and to support pediatric brain cancer research.

“Every nine minutes a child is diagnosed with brain cancer,” says Keith Desserich. “Brain cancer is the deadliest of all childhood cancers, yet the most underfunded. We’re thrilled to partner with Infintech to create an easy way for businesses to fund groundbreaking research and innovative treatments for these children.”

Rybolt says SeCURE payments is part of Infintech's business mission to be part of the community and support area nonprofits. As a founder of Give Back Cincinnati, Rybolt says it was the innovative and service-oriented nature of that nonprofit that stoked his own entrepreneurial drive.

Any company that accepts credits cards can sign up for SeCURE payments. Infintech promises to at least match a participating company's current processing fees. Before signing up, Infintech will provide companies with a free, no-obligation cost analysis of their current processing fees.

Among companies that have already signed up for the service are the COIT Cincinnati/Dayton franchise, Abstract Displays and RestorAid.

Infintech continues to grow as well as give. The company, which has 25 employees, is planning to expand its space and hire 20 new employees, starting this month.

By Feoshia Henderson
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