XTM, Inc. (“XTM” or the “Company”) (QB: XTMIF / CSE:PAID / FSE:7XT), a Miami and Toronto-based Fintech innovator disseminating earned wages and providing gratuity access to contract workers, hospitality, personal care and service staff, is pleased to announce that it was selected by Terroir to provide food and beverage staff, their same day event earnings using XTM’s Today platform.
Terroir has built a reputation over the past 15 years as the premium place for leaders in hospitality to convene, seek new ideas and create connections that support strategic initiatives. Over 200 companies from over 20 countries will come together in Calgary, Alberta to learn new ideas, share practices and identify emerging opportunities.
Featured at Terroir is hospitality executive and head of XTM’s US and Canadian business development, Jason Giagrande accompanied by XTM’s VP, Hospitality, Dylan Erlendson, presenting a topic on the mind of all restaurateurs, especially post-Pandemic,
RESILIENCY AND RESTAURANTS: HOW TECHNOLOGY EMPOWERS SUCCESS
(Sept 20 at 11:00am).
“When we saw XTM’s Today Platform, we were immediately intrigued,” said Arlene Stein, President and Founder of Terroir Hospitality. “The hospitality industry is facing the challenge of recruiting and retaining staff, a topic that will be covered at our symposium. Same-day pay is an important solution, and once we saw how easy the platform was to implement and use, it was a no brainer to integrate it for our own event.”
“Our hospitality community is at the heart of what we do,” said Marilyn Schaffer, CEO XTM. “Our product was built by hospitality experts, for hospitality and supporting events such as Terroir is part of our enduring commitment to innovate, simplify and drive value for the industry. We are proud of this partnership and grateful for the opportunity to power the event with our Today platform.”
XTM is launching its earned wage access (EWA) offering across Canada offering frontline workers instant access to their pay, driving more personal financial control and freedom for a group that is underserved by traditional financial services.
XTM, www.xtminc.com, is a Miami and Toronto-based fintech innovator helping businesses disseminate and their workers access earned wages and gratuities instantly. XTM's Today™ Solution, comprised of a free mobile app and a Visa or Mastercard debit card with free banking features, is used by thousands of employees in restaurants, salons and service positions across Canada and the United States. XTM is a global card issuer and real-time payment specialist and our payment platform is used at no charge by businesses to automate and expedite worker payouts and eliminate cash from their ecosystems. XTM's Today solution drives enterprise value with efficiency, helps attract and retain a workforce with a bespoke user experience designed specifically for front-line service workers.
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