Global Exchange Payment Solutions Creates First US Patent and Trademark Office Payment Solution for the Legal Industry

New platform is the only service to automate and reconcile payments
to the USPTO

BALA CYNWYD, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Global Exchange Payment Solutions (Global Exchange), an international
payment solutions leader, announced today a new solution to offer law
firms a fully automated US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)
Payment Solution.
The solution is the product of a collaboration
between FLEETCOR subsidiary Comdata. Global Exchange has developed the
first platform that allows law firms to seamlessly reconcile USPTO
transactions, automate files, and pay the USPTO electronically with
Comdata’s virtual Mastercard® payments system.

The Global Exchange USPTO payment solution is commensurate with high
quality workflow advantages Global Exchange’s current and future clients
will benefit from. Moving forward, Global Exchange will go beyond
offering its integrated international payment and check elimination
solutions to professional services firms.

We’re excited to offer the legal industry the first fully integrated
solution for USPTO payments and systems integration,” said Global
Exchange Managing Director, Anthony Loiacono. “Our clients asked for a
US Patent and Trademark solution that would help make paying USPTO by
credit card less manual and more efficient – while integrating
seamlessly into their billing system. This cutting-edge product has been
fueled by our constant focus on providing our clients with the very best
in technology and innovation to ensure we remain at the forefront of the
payments industry.”

We worked to make our product intuitive and user friendly – while
effectively reconciling between a card solution and an integrated
billing process,” said Craig Klein, Vice President of Information
Technology at Global Exchange. “This platform is one-of-a-kind and will
drive real efficiencies for law firms and their clients.”

The USPTO Payment Solution fully automates the complex and
time-consuming task of manually reconciling USPTO Fee codes with time
and billing matter codes – against docketing. The Global Exchange
platform will create an automated data validation procedure for matter
and docket validation files – and include a card payment platform using
Comdata’s Mastercard payments system. A custom rebate program
repatriates revenue directly back to the firm for 100% of its USPTO
spend.

About Global Exchange
Founded in 1994, Global Exchange
Payment Solutions has become a leader in integrated international
payment solutions. The company offer services for global payments
processing, seamless systems integration, outsourced and managed
accounts payables, and risk management and remittance. Global Exchange’s
rich portfolio of products minimizes the cost and risks when sending
funds internationally for businesses and professional services
organizations throughout the world. For more information, visit www.gexchange.com.

About Comdata
Comdata Inc., a FLEETCOR company, is a leading
provider of innovative payment and operating technology that drives
actionable insights from spending data, builds enhanced controls and
positively impacts its clients’ bottom lines. The company partners with
more than 30,000 businesses to better manage $55B in annual fleet,
corporate purchasing, payroll and healthcare spending, making it one of
the largest fuel card issuers and the second largest commercial
MasterCard provider in the United States and Canada. Founded in 1969 and
headquartered in Brentwood, Tennessee, Comdata employs more than 1,300
professionals across North America. To learn more about Comdata, Inc.,
visit www.comdata.com.

Contacts

Adrianna Gradkowski
Global Exchange
Phone: +1
484.434.8060
Email:
agradkowski@gexchange.com

Brad Loder
Cambridge Global Payments
Phone: +1
416.646.6401 (ext 2392)
Email: bloder@cambridgefx.com