Payveris and Geezeo have announced a partnership to offer innovative financial tools and services that allow customers and members to manage their finances easily.
Payveris’ cloud-based digital payments platform allows for more payment transactions with less risk of errors. This platform approach provides financial institutions with a more integrated payment offering that creates a better overall user experience than what is currently available.
“Both Payveris and Geezeo share a common desire to continually provide both banks and credit unions with the types of innovative online financial tools and services that exceed the needs of their customers or members when it comes to managing their overall finances,” said Shawn Ward, CEO of Geezeo. “As customers and members seek additional ways to seamlessly manage their finances from their online or mobile devices, the ability to pay bills or make payments from their online or mobile devices is a natural complement to Geezeo’s market leading personal financial management (PFM), and unique web-based, data-driven marketing platform.”
“At Payveris, our goal is to provide financial institutions with a single platform that offers the best digital payment and money movement experience whether it’s paying a bill, transferring between financial accounts or paying a friend,” said Fran Duggan, President of Payveris. “Geezeo is a thought leading company that understands the importance of giving their users a holistic view of financial assets, liabilities, cash flow, goals and budgets. We are excited to be associated with such a forward thinking organization as we work together to provide banks and credit unions with the types of financial management solutions that keep them at the centre of commerce in an ever changing and highly competitive financial services marketplace.”
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