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Your restaurant is unique. So why settle for a "one-size-fits-all" payment processing system? Combining the latest technology with our comprehensive restaurant expertise, we will recommend a total processing solution that fits your business.

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Customized Services for Restaurants

  • waitress-taking-card-from-a-woman-and-manThe latest generation of processing hardware and software supporting dial-up and IP communications
  • Easy-to-understand reports to simplify tip edits and balance daily sales
  • POS interfaces connecting directly to cash registers for quicker and more accurate processing
  • Onsite staff training and ongoing reviews to control costs and improve efficiency
  • BusinessTrack‚Ą†, web-based reporting service sorts transactions and settled batches for easy reconciliation
  • Gift and Loyalty Card options to boost sales and strengthen customer relationships

Client Comments

"TRI has provided great service and competitive rates since we opened our first location in 1998."

Jay Gould, President
Flatbread Company

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