Netonomy and CheckFree have announced a partnership in which CheckFree will integrate and resell Netonomy’s interactive, customer self-service technology as part of its CheckFree i-Series suite of electronic billing software. With CheckFree i-Series, organisations around the world can send electronic invoices, bills and/or statements to business customers and consumers from a single, integrated platform. Netonomy’s customer self-service solution, MyNetonomy, enables companies to offer personalised self-service portals that provide online account management, e-Commerce and electronic bill analysis. Through the partnership, CheckFree said it will provide its billing customers with an expanded software suite that offers more comprehensive, customer self-service capabilities.
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