EON Payment Solutions has announced their strategic partnership with rental payment hub SendRentNow.
SendRentNow offers a service for landlords, property managers and tenants to handle all billing, rental payment and rental collection needs, including Credit Card and ACH options.
EON’s technology will enable SendRentNow to deliver recurring billing and payment options to their clients, who own and manage residential, commercial and vacation rental properties.
“The easy integration with EonPay’s API allows us to deliver a white-labelled platform that our clients can trust for efficiency, reliability and security with their tenant billing and payments, in addition, the service and support we receive from EON is beyond what we hope for from our partners.” Said Jacob Ostreicher, President of SendRentNow.
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