USA: System Switch Reduces Chargebacks At Mallory & Church
The switch marks the culmination of a two-year search by the Seattle-Washington-based company for the right tools to reduce chargebacks, improve compliance and add greater visibility throughout its supply chain.
"Chargebacks were a significant cost of doing business," says Mark Henderson, director of information systems at Mallory and Church.
He says the company is already "more efficient" and adds: "We feel our product is going out more compliant - and now we have the documentation to argue."
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