Chip & PIN Solutions, the UK’s leading provider of card payment solutions, has been announced as the preferred card payments partner for The National Pharmacy Association.
The National Pharmacy Association (NPA) is the trade association for independent pharmacy professionals in the UK. Established in 1921, their purpose is to represent, protect and support all members to help succeed professionally and commercially for the benefit of their patients.
Under the terms of the agreement, NPA members will receive discounted card payment solutions, and a complimentary rate audit to ensure that each member is on the best possible rate if they already accept card payments.
Over the years Chip & PIN Solutions has formed excellent partnerships with a number of trade associations, professional bodies and key stakeholders across the UK. Supporting their members by providing the latest card payment technology, highly discounted rates and excellent customer service.
The Managing Director of Chip & PIN Solutions announced, “We are delighted to be the recommended payments supplier with the NPA. This commercial agreement is expected to bring substantial benefits to NPA members. Our service portfolio offers cost effective and efficient payment solutions that are perfectly tailored to pharmacies.”
Laura Picton, Marketing Manager for NPA, said, “Our business partners are essential to our overall membership offer. We understand that our members welcome support and guidance across all areas of their business. Our members trust us to ensure that the products and services offered by our partners are to the highest quality and at the best possible rates. We are very excited to be working with Chip & PIN Solutions”.
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