Billtrust launches integrated QR codes to accelerate eBilling adoption

Billtrust

Launching QR code service

Billtrust has announced the immediate availability of QR codes for biller statements. The service lets consumers and businesses pay their bills online in a single step by scanning the QR code with a suitably-equipped smartphone.

With this new addition to their suite of payment services, Billtrust can imprint a QR code on any outbound billing document. When the recipient scans the code they are taken to a mobile web page for instant electronic payment. Pertinent billing information is already entered on the page, making payment a streamlined process.   The QR code can also be used to bring a user to an online billing site where enrollment is easily initiated.

Flint Lane, Billtrust CEO and President said: “It’s no secret that the mobile Web is expanding rapidly.  QR Codes help billers reach their consumers who are interacting with them via smartphones and tablets. For end customers, payment via QR code is perhaps the fastest, easiest way yet to securely and accurately make payments from anywhere—at home, at work or when traveling.”

To encourage usage, Billtrust is making QR Code for Billers available at no charge for their customers enrolled in their btConnect for eBanking service. btConnect for eBanking lets billers expedite the bill delivery and payment process by allowing consumers to receive and pay their bills at their bank’s billpay site. 

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