2018 RMS partners with TSYS ISO/MSP Priority Payment Systems
2018Vantiv purchases U.K based payment processor Worldpay and keeps the Worldpay name.
2017 RMS partners with Firstdata & TSYS ISO/MSP Merchant’s Choice Payment Systems, now Paysafe
2017RMS partners with DTI, a cash discounting technology company
2016RMS moves into their new facility.
2015RMS purchases land and begins plans for a new 13,000 square foot headquarters in Munster, Indiana
2011To capture the brand equity of the legacy Retriever name in the bankcard merchant payment processing industry, Select Merchant Service LLC rebrands to Retriever Merchant Solutions, Inc. The company is in discussions to continue growing and expanding.
2011Retriever Merchant Solutions / Select Merchant Service LLC signs long-term contract with NPC for debit and credit card processing services to merchants.
2011Retriever Merchant Solutions / Select Merchant Service becomes an ISO/MSP.
2004Select Merchant Service opens first Call Center and begins significant annual investments in technology and telemarketing to support Agent sales growth and success. We continue to increase our investment in these areas year after year.
2003Select Merchant Service (now Retriever Merchant Solutions) achieves success and recognition as host Retriever’s No. 1 sales office.
1999Brian Kamstra launches first merchant payment processing sales office, Select Merchant Service, in South Holland, Illinois, affiliated with host organization Retriever based in Houston, Texas.
1996NPC becomes publicly traded company on the NYSE.
1993Brian Kamstra begins working in merchant processing industry with another ISO company.
1979NPC established as subsidiary of First National bank of Louisville, which had acquired MasterCharge in 1967.
1975Brian Kamstra meets Jim Oberman in a Jazz-Rock band, and his course and career in the merchant payment processing industry is set along with a lifelong friendship with Jim. Brian attributes much of his success today to Jim today who is a Senior executive and owner of Payroc, Inc, which is also an ISO in the Bankcard industry. For more on NPC, visit: www.npc.net.
Brian Kamstra (left) and Jim Oberman