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Saber-Toothed Computing Selects Sterling as Preferred Payment Processor

Dec 17 2013, 3:04am CST | by

Chicago, IL, December 17, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Sterling Payment Technologies announced today that Saber-Toothed Computing, a Chicago-based technology consulting company, has selected Sterling as its preferred payment-processing provider.

In addition to offering a full range of IT solutions for businesses, Saber-Toothed Computing is one of the nation’s top sellers of Aldelo Restaurant Point of Sale (POS) Software, which will be bundled with Sterling’s payment processing services to create a complete, seamless POS solution for restaurants.

“We pride ourselves in learning and understanding our clients’ industries, so we can effectively service their information technology needs,” said Anthony Zito, president of Saber-Toothed Computing. “We’ve found Aldelo Software to be the ideal POS solution to help simplify operations for all types of restaurants.”

Anthony said he originally chose Sterling as its payment processor because of the preferred partnership that Sterling has with Aldelo.

“We soon realized why Aldelo chose Sterling,” he said. “Working with Sterling has been so easy, I feel like I have a partner, not a vendor. My customers receive fast and easy merchant service setups and they save money in the process.”

Gary Staub, Sterling’s Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, said, “We’re proud that Saber-Toothed Computing has selected us as their preferred processor. Our goal is to partner with companies that share our commitment to providing businesses with top-of-the-line products and customer support.”

About Sterling Payment Technologies -- Sterling offers a complete range of payment services, including credit, debit, PIN debit, fleet, gift card, EBT, check authorization and conversion, as well as rewards and loyalty programs. Sterling’s 13-year focus on payment integration has made it a market leader in combining point of sale technology and value-added business benefits, high-speed wireless connectivity and online management tools. Visit: www.sterlingpayment.com Contact: Michele German, Executive Director of Marketing, (813) 371-8293 or michele.german@sterlingpayment.com

About Saber-Toothed Computing – Saber-Toothed Computing is a full-service computer technology company offering practical business solutions ranging from point of sale systems and web design to computer sales to network administration and security. The company serves businesses in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin. Visit: www.sabertc.com Contact: Anthony Zito, (708) 935-3700 or anthony@sabertc.com

Contact Information:
Sterling Payment Technologies
Michele German
813-371-8293
Contact via Email
www.sterlingpayment.com
Anthony Zito, (708) 935-3700 or anthony@sabertc.com

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