Bank of America Merrill Lynch has announced the addition of CashPro BillPay to its firm’s suite of payments solutions for business clients.
CashPro BillPay helps small to medium-sized companies move to a paper-free payments process that allows more control and precision in timing payments and cash flow.
“With CashPro BillPay, small- to medium-sized companies now have an easy-to-use payments application that integrates seamlessly with most widely used accounting packages,” said Cindy Murray, head of Global Treasury Product Platforms and eChannels for BofA Merrill. “Instead of asking our clients to change the way they work to fit in with us, we are integrating our payments channels into the workflow in which they already operate.”
“When our clients utilize CashPro BillPay, they are able to spend less time managing their manual accounts payable and payments processes and more time focusing on growing their business,” said Galen Robbins, head of Global Commercial Banking Transaction Services for BofA Merrill. “CashPro BillPay makes it easier for them to manage their routine payments, be more efficient and leverage their existing accounting packages. We can help our clients spend less time managing internal processes and more time growing their business and serving their clients.”
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