eProcessing Network, a payment gateway and software development company in the electronic payment processing industry, has released ePNBillPay, a value-added web application enabling merchants to manage their accounts receivables (A/R), email customer invoices and receive electronic payments – all without a website or expensive accounting software.
Merchants create or import invoices within the ePNBillPay system, or upload invoices created in select QuickBooks versions using ePNPlugIn. From here, merchants can email all or select invoices to their customers. This email contains a link for the customer to go online to pay their invoice using their credit/debit card, check, or gift card. As soon as an invoice has been paid, the merchant receives a notification email and the transaction is added to the merchant’s settlement batch.
“In keeping with our reputation of creating value-added payment solutions for merchants,” said Steve Sotis, president of eProcessing Network, “ePNBillPay efficiently saves merchants time and money and provides an additional residual stream for resellers, ISOs and MSPs.”
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