KeyBank Global Treasury Management and Online Resources have entered into a reseller agreement whereby KeyBank will offer Online Resources’ biller-direct payment services to businesses through its KeyPay product offering. Through KeyPay, KeyBank’s business clients can offer their customers multiple electronic payment options and minimise their payment processing costs. KeyPay is a payment processing engine that is customised with client logos and brand colours to seamlessly integrate with the client’s website.
“Through our partnership with Online Resources, we are able to offer enhanced payment solutions that can be tailored to enable automation and acceleration of cash availability,” said William Grace, KeyPay product manager and vice president at KeyBank. “By staying on the forefront of technology, particularly with electronic payments, we help our clients operate their businesses more efficiently, economically and competitively.”
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