One of the preeminent functional training groups in Australia, Fitstop, is going from strength to strength with support from Australasia’s leading payment solutions provider, Debitsuccess.

Fitstop is a functional group fitness training franchise offering a balance between traditional gym style movements and high intensity training. Its payment solutions are provided by full service payment processor Debitsuccess, which offers billing, call centre customer management and credit control.

Peter Hull, CEO and founder of the Fitstop franchise explains how the relationship has evolved.

“We discovered Debitsuccess in the early stages of setting up our first training studio when we were looking for support for our member management system PTminder,” says Mr Hull. “We have now worked together for a number of years to create a streamlined system as Fitstop grows into multiple locations.”

The group training franchise currently has nine locations (with a tenth opening in June 2018); all of which use Debitsuccess, enabling easier tracking of both memberships and finances.

David Christiansen, National Sales Manager, Debitsuccess emphasises the payment platform’s flexibility.

“Working with businesses like Fitstop and collaborating with PTminder, we’re providing solutions so they can offer any time any frequency payment options to their clients. This allows them to focus on their offering and the people they’re training.”

With the growing popularity of group training, Hull highlights the offering’s benefits and has valuable insights for others in similar industries looking to process payments.

“We chose Debitsuccess because of their professional approach and security over members’ details – imperative in business today.”

Hull adds: “Business is all about relationships. Find a team you trust and build a one-on-one relationship – when you’re working this way, everything is easier.”

Debitsuccess is part of Transaction Services Group (TSG), a leading global payment solutions provider with a presence in Australasia, the United States and the United Kingdom.

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