TransCard Hosts Ribbon Cutting Ceremony At New Headquarters

Monday, November 11, 2013

TransCard will celebrate its move to a new headquarters location on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. The business is at 1301 Riverfront Pkwy, Suite 112.  The Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce is coordinating the event. 

TransCard, the largest technology company based in southeastern Tennessee and processor for ABA prepaid, is a provider of prepaid products to financial institutions of all sizes.

The company’s platform enables financial institutions to grow deposits and fee income, deepen their treasury relationships, expand product offerings to the underserved, and turn unprofitable customers from cost items to contribution items, officials said. 

TransCard is also the largest provider of prepaid products to the multi-tenant mall operators and gaming industries.

“TransCard is proud to be a part of such an innovative and groundbreaking community.,” stated Craig Fuller, CEO of TransCard.  “We are excited to move our office headquarters to downtown Chattanooga and the heart of Gig City.” 

For more information about TransCard, contact Lauren Carter at 553-5257 or visit www.transcard.com.


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