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RepairPal and Simpay Announce Partnership

The partnership provides processing, payroll and business growth tools to RepairPal’s certified network of repair shops.

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Simpay, a full-service payments, payroll, and POS provider, announced a partnership with auto repair network RepairPal which it says will make life simpler for shop owners. The partnership provides processing, payroll, and business growth tools to RepairPal’s Certified network of repair shops.

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“RepairPal is excited to partner with Simpay as we continue to identify partnerships that enhance our network’s shop capabilities and workflows,” says Kathleen Long, chief revenue officer at RepairPal. “Simpay’s product suite of solutions will help our network of 3,000 RepairPal Certified shops simplify daily operations, reduce costs, and increase revenue. We are aligned with Simpay’s mission of quality and transparency and believe this partnership will create sustainable value for our shop owners.” 

RepairPal certified shops undergo a rigorous certification process ensuring prompt, friendly service and quality repairs, backed by a local repair warranty. With this partnership, RepairPal certified shops have access to an exclusive bundled offer which includes updated processing equipment, an automated payroll system, a fully compliant employee management program, and business growth tools to provide them the freedom they need to focus on their business, says Simpay.

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“Partnering with RepairPal makes perfect sense. Both companies have a real passion and commitment to bringing outstanding products and services to local auto shop owners across the United States, says Lazaros Kalemis – CEO & founder, Simpay. “With Simpay’s processing, payroll, and business growth tools, RepairPal Certified shop owners can simplify their workload and get back to doing what they do best – running their business.”

To learn more, visit simpay.net.

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