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Partnership Provides Flexible Payment Options in ARM

Posted by George Smith on Jun 8, 2017 7:00:00 AM

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Payscout recently announced a strengthening partnership with   software solutions provider HealPay in alignment with strategies to best serve the companies’ mutual customers. Many of those customers are entrepreneurs in the all-important accounts receivable management (ARM) space, and the Payscout/HealPay partnership means more innovative, flexible payment integration options. 

“When merchants deploy consumer friendly software, they process more payments,” said HealPay Co-Founder and CEO Erick Bzovi. “Our partnership with Payscout gives HealPay a strong back-end provider, allowing us to scale into new markets and attract more growth-oriented merchants. The partnership enables us to double down into the growing Accounts Receivable space.”

HealPays's  flagship application, SettlementApp, innovates by analyzing data and providing individuals with flexible payment options. Those options are a key differentiator for ARM firms looking to provide painless, frictionless payment experiences for their customers. Payscout, the global payment processing engine powering HealPay's front-end solutions, and HealPay are integrated with leading claims management software, accounting software, and payment gateways, enabling automated reports and reducing data entry. 

HealPay and Payscout work with large creditors, collection agencies, and attorneys to help them collect payments with the most convenient and reliable solutions.  For both companies, the approach is simple:  Partner with the best,  most  customer-focused solutions providers to deliver streamlined bill pay services and the very best software integrations in the ARM industry. Those solutions make life for entrepreneurs easier, and that's how Payscout "supports the entrepreneurial dream one transaction at a time."