Merchant Warehouse Brings New Integrations, $2,500 QR Code Game to NRF's Big Show 2013

BOSTON, MA--(Marketwire - Jan 10, 2013) - Merchant Warehouse, a leading innovator of payment technologies and merchant account services, today announced its attendance at the National Retail Federation's (NRF) Big Show 2013 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City from January 13-15, 2013, located at Booth C252.

In conjunction with the event, Merchant Warehouse will feature three point-of-sale (POS) integration partners with their new Genius™ Customer Engagement Platform™: LightSpeed, e-Nabler and Registroid. e-Nabler and Registroid are the latest leading POS developers to integrate with Merchant Warehouse's Genius Platform, extending the value of their respective POS systems by continuously evolving with the mobile payments landscape and integrated loyalty, rewards and mobile commerce solutions.

Booth visitors will be able to learn more about each of these POS integrations, as well as Merchant Warehouse's Genius Customer Engagement Platform and check out various payment and mobile commerce application integrations, including LevelUp and ISIS, giving retailers a look at the rapidly unfolding world of mobile payments.

While at the Merchant Warehouse booth, attendees will also have the opportunity to play the 'What's your Scan IQ?' game for the opportunity to win a cash prize. Booth visitors who participate in a brief demonstration of the Genius solution will be given a QR code generated just for them. Everyone is a winner -- all you have to do is scan your QR code -- with the top prize of $2,500!

For more information about Merchant Warehouse, please visit merchantwarehouse.com.

About Merchant Warehouse
Merchant Warehouse is a recognized leader in payment acceptance solutions and merchant services. The company enables retailers, agents, POS developers and VARs to achieve strategic business advantage through the delivery of current and emerging payment, offer and program solutions and merchant services that dramatically enhance the merchant-customer experience. Merchant Warehouse is one of the fastest growing and innovative payment solutions companies in North America.

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