MDCA Computers Selects Sterling as Payment Processor for Restaurants
MDCA is one of Ohio’s largest POS companies.
Sterling Payment Technologies (www.sterlingpayment.com) is proud to announce that MDCA Computers (www.mdcapu.com) has chosen Sterling as its payment processor for restaurant merchants.
Sterling’s payment processing services will be bundled with MDCA’s point of sale (POS) hardware and Aldelo’s Restaurant POS software to create a complete, seamless point of sale solution for restaurants.
MDCA is one of Ohio’s largest POS companies and draws restaurant and retail customers from several surrounding states. The company customizes POS systems to meet the specific needs of businesses and sells Aldelo’s POS software exclusively to customers who own restaurants, bars and pizzerias.
Earlier this year, Aldelo, an international restaurant POS software developer, named Sterling Payment Technologies as its preferred payment processor for Aldelo sales dealers and their merchants.
Michael Greene, President of MDCA Computers, opened his company six years ago after a 20-year career in restaurant operations and ownership.
“I believe I have a unique perspective because I was a food-service POS customer,” Greene said. “As a result, we don’t pass the buck to a third party for installation or after-sale needs – we do it all ourselves, in person. I know I preferred that when I was purchasing a point of sale product.”
Greene chose Sterling Payment Technologies for card processing because he believes the quality of service is better than with other processors he’s used. “Sterling acts like a partner, not a vendor,” he said. “Their residual package is fair, and my account rep, Kim Hobert, is personable, diligent and hardworking. She’s proactive, not reactive and that’s how I like to run my business.”
“Sterling is proud to partner with a growing company like MDCA,” said Gary Staub, Sterling’s Chief Sales and Marketing Officer. “We both share a commitment to quality products and customer support, and look forward to a long, beneficial partnership.”Back To News