Mission: TransNational Payments operates on the concept of full disclosure and provides simple and stress-free payment solutions to help businesses succeed. Our clients depend on us for fast and secure payment processing, while we educate and service them in the highest certified manner ...
We Do It For Honesty and Integrity
After 16 years of dedicated sales experience, John Pitzaferro founded TransNational Payments to break the industry mold by creating a full disclosure environment built on honesty and integrity. For almost two decades, TransNational Payments has continued to evolve the fast-paced merchant services industry with cutting-edge technology and unmatched customer support.
Our sales and operations teams are always on their game by being able to assist each merchant's unique business requests. This character of the TransNational Payments' family has allowed us to build long-lasting relationships with our clients and community. We hope to continue improving the payments industry by helping our employees grow and succeed, while educating and servicing business owners at the highest certified manner.
We Do It For Our People
We focus not just on making payments simple and secure, but also on recognizing the accomplishments of our staff. Voted Chicago Tribune’s Top 100 Workplaces three out of the last five years, we've built an environment that encourages growth, collaboration, and above all, fun. We help boost employee involvement in the community by being one of the few offices that gives each employee a paid volunteer day. How cool is that?
We Do It For Our Community
At our core, we're a company that prides itself on contributing to the community beyond the walls of the workplace. From partnering with national community outreach organizations to organizing scholarships for local high schools, it's our responsibility to increase awareness, serve, and respect our society as citizens of one world. Our employees take pride in working for a company that represents a positive force in the community.
For over 15 years, ORPHANetwork assists hundreds of orphaned children through six orphanages across Nicaragua. We are proud to support their efforts with an annual fundraiser, Party with a Purpose, where our CEO John Pitzaferro brings everyone together to raise awareness and drive support for the community of Nueva Vida, Nicaragua. Over the past 7 years, we have provided two million meals, medical care, and education for 1,2000 children in the community, while reducing malnourishment by 50%. Learn more about Party with a Purpose.
Based out of the suburbs of Chicago, Fellowship Housing has been assisting homeless single mothers and children for over 20 years. Their transitional housing programs offer mentoring, financial counseling, and help in securing employment for its members. The program has resulted in a 90% success rate, serving over 200 families and 600 individuals. TransNational Payments is proud to be a part of such an important cause. Learn more about Fellowship Housing.
Wounded Warrior Project
For over ten years, the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) has helped over 100,000 injured veterans and military members and over 25,000 family members through a variety of support services. TransNational Payments is honored to be an annual contributor to WWP’s cause and initiatives by supporting those that have sacrificed so much. Learn more about Wounded Warrior Project.
Habitat for Humanity
Since its founding in 1976, Habitat for Humanity has rehabilitated or preserved more than 800,000 homes in nearly 1,400 communities across the United States and about 70 countries across the globe, making them the largest not-for-profit builder in the world. TransNational Payments lends a helping hand in the community through Habitat’s annual BlitzBuild initiative. Learn more about Habitat for Humanity.
Founded in 1968, Special Olympics is the largest global sports organization for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, providing training and competitions to over 4.4 million athletes in 170 countries. Every year, TransNational Payments’ employees participate in local fundraising and volunteer events, including the Polar Plunge and Plane Pull events in Chicago. Also, our corporate giving program backs a dollar-for-dollar match for each employee donation. Learn more about Special Olympics.
I have been working at TransNational full-time (More than 5 years)
Supportive environment, friendly, fun, long run way to make a successful career for yourself
Lack of systems can be a time drain and adds some frustration. Some unrealistic directives but every place has some Cons. This place has the least I've experienced over my career.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work, keep being supportive, ethical, and approachable. This is a good place to be for 40+ hours a week.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at TransNational (Tampa, FL) in April 2017.
The initial contact with the corporate recruiter set the tone for the entire interview process. The professionalism and the realistic expectation set forth during the entire interview process were five star. The first interview is done over the phone with the recruiter. Following were interviews with two vice presidents, a general manager and the president of the company. Much time is spent making sure that there is a good fit before being offered a position. The company is looking for exceptional career minded individuals who have goals and a desire to succeed.