InspirePay had introduced the first universal payment platform that sums up all internet payment options into single, secure and customizable payment platform.
The consolidation includes Internet commerce choices from credit cards to proprietary systems like PayPal, Google Checkout, Dwolla and AmazonPayments.
The universal payment platform provides businesses from sole proprietors to the enterprise and consumers with an easy, flexible and secure protocol to make and receive payments without the need of using sophisticated high-priced, disconnected, and closed systems.
InspirePay founder and CEO Mark Fischer said that the hub enables users to create a payment page, brand, customize and connect their payment methods under a fully open network with Application Programming Interface.
InspirePay is a startup company financed in part by Boulder’s new venture capital firm, Tiforp Business Ventures fund. Tiforp is focused on social media and payments investments including several smartphone applications.