IAAPA Names Clover as Official Partner

IAAPA, the global association for the attractions industry, announced today a new official partner agreement with Clover®, a point-of-sale and business management platform from Fiserv, a leading global provider of payments and financial services technology solutions. Through this unique partnership with IAAPA, Clover will provide IAAPA members in North America with solutions that meet the unique needs of the attractions industry.

Integrated hardware and software from Clover help streamline each aspect of a company’s daily tasks – from accepting cashless payments to increasing revenue with specialized capabilities – allowing owners to focus their time and energy on business operations and customer satisfaction.

“The partnership with Clover is part of a new program IAAPA has launched to identify brands that deliver world-class services that mirror the excellence the association strives for,” said Josh Powers, IAAPA chief financial and commercial officer. “Clover offers a point-of-sale product that meets the growing demand for seamless financial services management throughout the attractions industry.”

“While the attractions industry is focused on fun, these professionally run businesses have their own unique needs that are as serious of those operating in any other field,” said John Rubinetti, senior vice president and general manager of SMB, Middle Market and Strategic Partnerships at Fiserv. “Designed with scalability in mind, Clover technology will provide IAAPA members with the payment and business management tools needed to thrive in their unique markets.”
IAAPA’s partner program is designed to solidify new business relationships, allowing the association to collaborate with companies that offer products that directly affect and enhance the global attractions industry. Companies interested in learning more about becoming an IAAPA partner should contact Partnerships@IAAPA.org.

Clover is a complete business management system enabling businesses to maximize their operating efficiencies, grow their customer base, and accept customer payments. Businesses using Clover can accept payments of any type, including Apple Pay, contactless credit or debit cards, and other digital wallets. As a point-of-sale platform for merchants, Clover processes over $234 billion in payments each year.