Member Since 2017
Orlando, Florida Area
Suneera Madhani is a payments and technology innovator who has catapulted her business idea from startup to $2B —disrupting the payments ecosystem as we know it. Before founding Fattmerchant in 2014, Madhani held a variety of successful positions, one being with a larger merchant services provider. After seeing the need for transparency and a better payment experience for merchants, her entrepreneurial spirit took hold and she decided to solve the problem herself. She built a company from the ground up that provided a sophisticated and merchant-friendly platform, coupled with the best experience to customers through transparency and award-winning customer service. Fattmerchant has revolutionized the payments landscape — challenging the status quo with its transparent, subscription-based model and unifying the payments experience through the development of an integrated payments platform. Under Madhani’s strategic leadership, Fattmerchant has grown exponentially over just 5 years; attaining triple-digit growth year after year, scaling operations in multiple cities across the United States, raising $20M in venture capital, and hiring nearly 100 employees. Madhani is hyperfocused on fostering Fattmerchant’s thriving culture that fosters purposefulness, growth, and inclusion. Fattmerchant has won multiple best places to work awards, including Entrepreneur Magazine’s 2018 Top Company Cultures, and was the fastest-growing Fintech startup in the Orlando Business Journal's 2019 Fast 50. Madhani has been recognized for her vast achievements and strength in business plan through various mediums including Forbes, Fast Company, Yahoo, Tech Crunch, Huffington Post, pymnts.com, Merchant Maverick, and the Orlando Business Journal.
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Fattmerchant is an integrated payment technology provider that revolutionizes the payment processing experience for business owners through real-time data analytics, transparent subscription pricing, and award-winning customer service. Instead of percentage markups and hidden fees, Fattmerchant offers business owners the lowest cost of interchange for a flat, monthly subscription saving members thousands of dollars each month. In addition to these savings, members also benefit from real-time insights and analytics to drive their businesses. Through Omni, Fattmerchant’s robust integrated payments platform, members can view sales and customer information, integrate directly into their ERM and eCommerce solutions, access merchant management, and enjoy a robust marketplace of additional applications. Their real human team is always ready to answer any call, email, or chat. The Fattmerchant payment experience simplifies the most vital aspects of running a business in one convenient location - no hassle, no headaches, and no strings attached!