Co-CEO’s: Zachary Hyman, Matthew Hyman
Central Payment is a merchant services provider that offers a variety of financial solutions to businesses throughout the U.S. Central Payment was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in San Rafael, California. The company''s primary service is payment processing; individual merchants contract with Central Payment to process credit cards, gift cards, paper checks and other forms of electronic currency. The company employs personnel in sales, account management and administrative support. The majority of employees work in small offices throughout the U.S.
The Central Payment culture values entrepreneurship. All employees of the company are expected to be self-starters with excellent customer service and sales skills. Sales Partners form the majority of Central Payment''s workforce. These individuals are responsible for identifying clients and selling Central Payment''s services. They are required to make in-person visits to businesses in their geographic area. They are also responsible for helping clients implement payment processing systems. Sales Partners earn a small base salary that is supplemented by commission. While it may take time to advance within the company, Central Payment careers offer stability and excellent growth opportunities. Sales Partners generally set their own schedules and enjoy flexibility in their workday. They are rewarded with regular cash bonuses for closing particularly lucrative accounts or meeting sales goals.
Account executives at Central Payment oversee client accounts in their geographic area. In some areas, they are also responsible for handling sales duties. Working at Central Payment provides excellent earning and advancement opportunities for individuals employed as account executives. These employees are offered extensive training and may be considered for management positions. Account executives must have excellent customer relations skills and must be familiar with the payment processing industry. Some individuals in this position may provide training to new sales representatives.
Each Central Payment office is headed by a general manager. The majority of managers began as sales partners with the company and worked their way up to leadership positions. Location managers are responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of each Central Payment office. They are required to interface with clients and often visit client locations to assure that their payment processing systems are up-to-date and fulfilling client needs. In some areas, general managers are also responsible for training their sales partners. Individuals in management roles receive excellent training and are provided with the opportunity to advance to regional management positions. Managers and account executives receive a Central Payment benefits package that includes medical, dental and vision insurance.