Payment solutions provider strikes deal with Canadian oil supplier

Aug. 6, 2013

Electronic Funds Source (EFS) has reached a deal with Imperial Oil, one of Canada’s largest corporations with coast-to-coast supply and retail service stations. The agreement allows EFS customers to purchase fuel at Imperial Oil locations.

“We’re excited about the partnership and the ability to bring the quality and value associated with the Imperial Oil brand to EFS customers,” said Bill Davies of Imperial Oil.

“The addition of the Imperial Oil brand adds 89 convenient locations for EFS customers to purchase high-quality fuel across Canada,” said Karl Kelley, senior vice president of merchant services for EFS. “We are committed to having the largest network in North America in order to best service our customers and adding the Imperial Oil locations makes our product and network that much stronger.”

EFS is a customized payment solutions provider based in Nashville, TN.

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