CardFlight By The Numbers: 2018 In Review
Below is an article originally written by Marc Hummel at PowerToFly Partner CardFlight, and published on December 20, 2018. Go to CardFlight's page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.
Like every year at CardFlight so far, 2018 was a year filled with new products, deals, learnings, and growth.
We closed another year of mind-bending growth…
…and reached a new business milestone:
Those 45,000+ merchants process transactions using the latest payment acceptance technologies:
We also received some hard-earned recognition…
Learn more about the awards (and how we celebrated them) here.
…and brought on several new partnerships.
We achieved so much in 2018 thanks to our rockstar team.
Which got quite a bit bigger this year.
To see everyone on the team, go here.
All that growth required a lot of communication…
…a good amount of LaCroix…
…and a LOT of travel.
Our support team provided our clients with world-class service…
…and our development team worked hard to add new features and support new devices.
As hard as our teams worked, they were never hungry…
…or without some well-deserved recognition…
…or equally well-deserved fun.
A big heartfelt thanks to our reseller partners, employees, and merchants for making 2018 a year to remember.
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