Computer Software (CS) Group has partnered with Bottomline Technologies to deliver BACSTEL-IP compliant solutions and services to UK-based organisations. CS Group provides accounting, distribution and payroll systems to businesses in a variety of industries including transportation and manufacturing. Under the partnership agreement, CS Group will integrate Bottomline’s BACTEL-IP service into its finance systems, enabling CS Group’s customers to comply with the new BACS electronic payments standard. “Our partnership with CS Group further extends our ability to provide BACSTEL-IP solutions and services to UK organisations regardless of size or industry,” said Tim Miller, vice president of EMEA Channel Alliances for Bottomline Technologies.
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