The secret weapon behind BASYS? Our employees. We have built an elite team of hard-working, passionate and fun people who are dedicated to helping make our merchants happy. BASYS is not your typical credit card processor. No call center environments. No elevator music. Instead, we have a team of high-energy, client-focused relationship managers genuinely committed to our growing customer base. We achieve this by fostering an office environment that makes it easy for our people to come to work and enjoy what they do!
We may not be the biggest processor in the industry, but we certainly strive to be the best. From our CEO to our leadership team, to all of our employees, we have the mentality of “Ain’t Nothin’ Not My Job” and we will do whatever it takes to treat our customers with respect and kindness.
Use innovative strategies to deliver world class service and industry leading payment processing and business solutions, while creating an inspired culture for customers, partners, vendors, and employees.
BASYS Processing will always focus on being the best rather than the biggest. We will continue our progression as a world class organization delivering new products and personalized service through our passion and commitment to excellence. Our team will always look for solutions and be empowered to take actions based on our company values. We will strive to maintain a culture loved by our customers, partners, vendors and employees.
Fostering long-term relationships is key to our culture and our business. Our industry leading retention rates do not stop with our merchants and banks. They extend to our associations and our employees. Our goal is to create such a positive experience with every interaction that you will continue to choose BASYS for life.
While the Oddo family has a three generation history in Kansas City business and are currently listed as one of the “100 Largest Businesses in Kansas City”, Brad founded BASYS Processing in 2002. It has grown into one of the largest merchant credit card processing companies in the country by staying true to the values he learned from his parents who taught him to “always treat everyone with respect, and make the right decision over the easy one.”