Billtrust, the premier provider of outsourced billing services, recently released btConnect for eBanking which allows billers to speed up the bill delivery and payment process by enabling consumers to receive and pay their bills at their bank’s bill pay site.
“btConnect for eBanking facilitates one of the fastest-growing channels for paying bills—the customer’s own e-banking portal,” said Flint Lane, Billtrust CEO and president, in a statement. “As a customer centric service it is designed to improve how businesses transact with their customers. Even more, it eliminates paper, reduces labor and printing costs, and increases accuracy and efficiency.”
Available as a complete service as well as ala carte eBank presentment and payment options, the new btConnect for eBanking reaches thousands of the nation’s banks and helps improve the experience for the bank’s online billing customers.
Customers, with the help of btConnect for eBanking, are able to conveniently view and pay their bills which further results in accelerated payment velocity.
As soon as the e-payments are made, electronic funds are typically available within 24 hours. Owning to this, the businesses are able to receive a settlement of their funds four to seven days faster than with a paper check.
“Watchung Spring Water is a service driven organization. It is important to us to meet the needs of our changing customer base in all aspects of how we service them,” said Brian Tumulty, Controller, Watchung Spring Water. “Billtrust’s eBanking is a perfect fit for us. It makes it easier for our customers to do business with us, while also bringing efficiency to how we do business with them.”
In related TMC (News - Alert) news, Billtrust announced the availability of OBP 10, the newest version of its top-ranked online billing platform.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman