Allied Payment Network and Top Image Systems (TIS) Americas have joined forces to implement MobiPAY, TIS’ self-service mobile bill payment application, within PicturePay, Allied’s mobile photo bill pay solution.
TIS is a leading ECM (Enterprise Content Management) and BPM (Business Process Management) solutions, and MIP (Mobile Imaging Platform) provider.
Allied offers online and mobile bill payment services to financial institutions including banks and credit unions of any size, as well as directly to consumers. PicturePay integrates with multiple optical character recognition (OCR) engines, and TIS’ proven recognition and image capture technology via MobiPAY will significantly improve the automated entry of payments in Allied’s system.
TIS will work with Allied, its customers and partners to enhance their user experience and continue to automate the bill payment workflow with the MobiFLOW platform for end-to-end processing of bills and related documents.
Ralph Marcuccilli, president and CEO, Allied, commented: “By employing MobiPAY, we will continue to improve our service quality, data recognition rates and scalability, and will be better placed to provide end-to-end bill pay solutions including faster response times and additional in-transaction services. Ultimately, our objective is to partner with leading technology providers such as TIS in order to grow the mobile bill pay market and generate revenue streams for our customers.”
Avi Mileguir, EVP and GM, TIS Americas added: “We are enthusiastic about cooperating with a market leader such as Allied to enhance the user experience of their PicturePay mobile payment product that allows a user to Point, Shoot and Pay their bills… this partnership signifies a strong win-win for TIS and Allied.”
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