Esker has announced a partnership with Paymetric, to enable Esker clients to pay their invoices online through an online customer portal.
With this partnership, businesses leveraging the Esker Accounts Receivable solution can expect:
- Support for whatever e-invoice compliance method your company chooses
- Best-in-class integration for SAP software and other ERP applications
- Collect cash quicker by easily accepting credit card payments
- Reduce overhead for collections thanks to self-service tool
- Improved customer satisfaction due to expanded payment options
Esker’s Accounts Receivable automation solution is a secure, online portal for customers to manage their invoices. As the solution enables businesses to automatically send invoices in customer-preferred formats ranging from paper to electronic. By integrating directly with Paymetric’s Web AR solution, customers can also, via the same web-based portal, pay any open invoices using means such as a credit card, ACH or eCheck.
“Today’s businesses are constantly looking for ways to make AR invoice processing faster, less expensive and more reliable for both them and their customers,” said Steve Smith, U.S. Chief Operating Officer at Esker. “This partnership helps expand the capabilities of our AR solution by providing a new level of self-service to the automated AR invoicing process.”
“Our tight integration with Esker helps ensure that every step of the payment process is secure and streamlined,” said Asif Ramji, President & CEO at Paymetric. “Invoices paid with credit cards are automatically cleared out and the appropriate postings are made in the ERP application. It is truly a mutually beneficial partnership and win-win for both businesses and their customers.”
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