Franklin Payments Celebrates Grand Opening

Anna Bogiatzis cuts the ribbon to officially open Franklin Payments, located within the Payroll Service Solutions building. Photo by Rick Rickman.

A new business has opened its doors in Southampton to provide payment processing, payroll, and Affinity banking services to Bucks County. Franklin Payments, on Jaymor Road, celebrated its official ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday. 

The new entity will provide a comprehensive, integrated solution, from payment processing services and payroll to employee benefits and Affinity banking, typically only available to larger companies.

Franklin Payments is a sister company to Payroll Service Solutions. PSS Founder and CEO Dan Maggiani helped to form the new office and says COO Anna Bogiatzis will take the reins. 

“Anna is the key. Anna is the one that’s going to run this company and make it successful. My role is to back her and give her what she needs.”

A ceremonial cake created for the ribbon cutting party.

Bogiatzis, of Bucks County, will control day to day operations. She thanked Maggiani for providing his support and guidance.

“Very excited,” said Bogiatzis. “Blessed to have this opportunity Dan and and my other partners have provided me. The company is going to have much success and I’m looking forward to being part of it.”

Franklin Payments has also joined the Lower Bucks Chamber of Commerce. LBCC Executive Director Minesh Pathak wished the company the best of luck.

“It’s great. Franklin Payments is a new division to the Payroll Service Solutions company, so them adding on a sister company is fantastic. It’s only going to expand and help their client base they already have of 2,000 plus business. Expanding in lower Bucks County is fantastic. We’re always welcoming businesses into Bucks County.”

Bogiatzis is also active within the Lower Bucks Chamber of Commerce. She previously served as the Co-Chair of the Business Card Exchange committee.

Notable athletes including former Phillies pitcher Tommy Greene and Flyers Defenseman Brad Marsh also turned out to show their support.