Forte Payment Systems has announced their newest partnership with The Master’s Touch, LLC, a print and mail company that has provided bill statement solutions since 1994. Forte will now be providing a fully integrated payment solution that will power the eNoticesOnline bill presentment service for The Master’s Touch, LLC.
The Master’s Touch, LLC is improving mail-piece integrity through 2d barcode technology, adding mail tracking for every piece in a bulk mailing, and developing an electronic bill presentment service called eNoticesOnline. This new eNotice service allows customers to go paperless while helping the business or government entity reduce both delivery time and postage and mailing costs.
Forte will now provide a real-time payment portal for customers of The Master’s Touch, LLC. Customers that sign up for eNotices are now able to pay by credit card, debit card and ACH/eCheck directly through Forte’s companion online portal.
“The eNoticesOnline solution is a unique and secure industry leading product. In selecting our partner for an integrated online payments solution, we chose Forte because they mirrored these same characteristics,” says Jim Coté, President of The Master’s Touch, LLC. “The momentum for electronic billing continues to accelerate. Our partnership with Forte is a perfect solution to keep us on the leading edge as we develop and adjust to this rapidly evolving and dynamic environment.”
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