Cloud9 Real Time Selects Bill & Pay
September 25, 2014
By Rahul Arora
Cloud9 (News - Alert) Real Time, a company that provides managed cloud server solutions for accounting firms, professional practices and SMBs, recently selected Bill & Pay for in-house billing and accounts receivable management solutions.
Bill & Pay will enable Cloud9 Real Time to improve cash flow, automate collections and reduce A/R time and costs. With Bill & Pay, clients can create invoices and send selected customers an email notification. The customers can pay selected invoices online with a credit card or from their bank account. Moreover, they can set up recurring payments and payment plans and get them approved by the business or customer.
"As Cloud9 has grown, its needs have shifted requiring more sophisticated functionality. Bill & Pay has been able to meet these needs with a combination of customization and robust out of the box features, "according to Cloud9 billing manager Heather Lamb. "Bill & Pay provides us more flexibility for recurring payments, better reporting, easier ACH processing, and a superb professionally branded presentation to its customers. An added plus aided Cloud9's decision was that Bill & Pay was able to work with Cloud9's existing merchant account provider."
Cloud9 Real Time is an Accredited Managed Service Provider delivering dynamic Cloud Solutions for Anytime, Anywhere access. Licensed by both Intuit (News - Alert) and Sage for Commercial Hosting, Cloud9 provides a customized, privately labeled all-in-one virtual office server solution for staff and clients alike.
The company was recently recognized as one of America's fastest-growing private technology companies by Inc. Magazine. Launched in 1982, the Inc. 500|5000 calls out the nation's most successful private companies. Cloud9 was awarded number 57 in the list of Top IT Service Companies and number 9 out of all businesses in San Diego, California. The 2013 Inc. 500|5000 is ranked according to percentage of revenue growth when comparing 2009 to 2012.
Edited by Maurice Nagle
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