Personally, I don`t like the colors or the design. It`s alternately loud and soft and generally irritating. The use of gradients and numerous color saturation strategies makes staring at the site a distinct displeasure. The site uses a tired background motif and is of course, built with tables. Whoever designed/implemented your site might have a cursory understanding of HTML but clearly has no design experience whatsoever.
In software development, we use the term "programmer art" to refer to hastily constructed materials created by a programmer to serve as a placeholder for work that will later be created by a professional artist. The site is full of programmer art. And the clip art choices are bewildering. There is a picture of two women, one of whom is holding what looks like a Gucci bag, talking outside what looks like an office building. Does this relate to your product?
With the exception of a few areas, the spacing between elements is totally inconsistent. The focal point is not at the center of the display, where the eyes naturally look first. [ What is the focal point? ] The information map is confusing and the designer has not followed any accepted layout principles as far as I can tell. [Rule of thirds, Quadtree subdivision, Grid layout.]
The front page wastes a lot of words talking about who you are and what you do instead of talking about what you offer customers.
The copywriting is poor and generic. "Payment Solutions For Today, Tomorrow, And The Future" or "Helping Build Your Company"? These are platitudes, not marketing. Is there meaning to be derived from these words? If so, it`s completely lost on me.
There are several logos and business names on the top of the page. This is confusing. I cannot figure out the difference between your corporate brand, product brand, or even who you are.
I think you need a much cleaner design that communicates clearly. Just my two cents. Honestly, the site would be much better if it were just words on a plain white background.