TransCentra, a provider of billing and payment software and services, has announced that it has been selected by North American Power, one of the nation’s fastest-growing retail energy suppliers, to manage its billing and payments processing.
The multichannel billing and payments processing solution will integrate services across the business, enabling North American Power to simplify and enhance billing and payment communication methods for more than 250,000 customers, while driving operational efficiencies.
“We saw a future growth opportunity in locations such as Georgia and Texas,” said Chris Sattler, COO of North American Power. “In order to enter those markets and cost effectively respond to customer demands, we needed an end-to-end solution to address both bill print and payment processing. When evaluating providers, TransCentra was clearly the leader in multichannel billing and payments services. The resulting comprehensive solution gives us outsized capabilities at a mid-market price.”
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