Sophisticated technology and a responsive team — perfectly intertwined.
Payway is a secure and versatile software solution that helps card-not-present businesses simplify and accelerate transaction processing for improved cash flow and lowered costs.
Decades of refinements, all with merchant needs and wants in mind.
A true payment processing solution should save time, money, and stress—so we designed Payway that way.
The Payway team built its user-friendly payment gateway solution to be responsive to the needs of merchants who operate a recurring payment business model, like the many publishing companies we have served since 1984. Truth be told, managing the subscription payment process for some of America’s most trusted companies during the rise of the Internet required that we get really smart, really fast — and you’ll be glad to know we haven’t slowed down yet.
Today, we’re more diligent than ever before because hackers are more resilient and unforgiving. We’ve taken our decades of practice in managing recurring payments and refined our methodology for current times. Nowadays, we still serve many large publishing houses, as well as other companies that might consider customers “subscribers,” such as nonprofit organizations, meal delivery businesses, real estate management companies, and some elder care services.
With Payway, you’ll know you’re getting a fair deal. Other payment service providers bundle their fees into one rate, fooling merchants who could be paying less. Although a single percentage seems straightforward and convenient, it allows dishonest providers to hide avoidable costs. Nothing makes us happier than uncovering these unnecessary charges during our free cost analysis.
Just like our credit card processing solution never stops, neither do our employees. This hard-working mindset has served us well since our start more than 30 years ago, and is the reason we enjoy corporate stability today.
The Payway team
The heart and brains behind our independent payment processing solution.
Daniel R. NadeauPrincipal and Co-owner
While Principal and Co-owner Daniel R. Nadeau manages all facets of Payway, he is most proud of his continual ability to stay ahead of the payment processing industry by producing the best-possible software enhancements and fixes — all sensitive to customer issues.
That makes a lot of sense since Dan holds a master’s degree in computer science from Northeastern University and originally joined the company in 1991 as a software engineer. When he’s not deep into software development and business planning, he always makes time for the Red Sox.
David FabrizioPrincipal and Co-owner
Principal and Co-owner David Fabrizio oversees all Payway operations, with particular focus on sales, marketing, and customer support. Since payment processing is a non-stop world, David has long considered his job to be round-the-clock work — and that’s A-OK with this people person! He thoroughly appreciates the many customer relationships he has developed since first joining the company in 1997 as customer support manager.
David earned a B.S. in biomedical engineering from Boston University, and previously worked as a field service manager at the Digilab division of Bio-Rad
Kimberly MillerVice President, Business Development
As Vice President of Business Development, Kimberly Miller brings to the table several decades of experience in marketing, selling software and self-service solutions to the industry.
During her career, Kim has created and executed strategic programs to bring new technology solutions to market; identified and developed markets for product expansion; led global digital transformations and refreshed brands.
James BrevikManager of Customer Support
As his title reflects, James Brevik manages all aspects of support. A company veteran, with 20+ years under his belt, James began his Payway career in 1996 as a Support Engineer. Since that time, he has worked his way up through the ranks to the position he enjoys today. Like many of the Payway team members, James takes great pride when customers go out of their way to tell us how happy they are to be working with us—which for James is actually quite often. Outside of work, James is an amateur landscaper, and he is happily married.