What are Payment Links and How Do They Work For Healthcare Providers?

Payment links are a powerful and easily to deploy business tool that healthcare providers can use to quickly and securely accept payments remotely from patients by simply sharing with them a pre-populated, personalized web link.

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How Do Payment Links Work?

Payment links allow businesses to quickly send their customers a request to pay for goods or services. The business simply enters a payment amount and a customer reference identifier (such as an order number, invoice number, statement number, etc.), and then adds the customer’s contact details, such as email and a mobile number.

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IVR Payments – How Having Multiple Payment Channels Makes Bill Payment Faster and Easier

Businesses may have various reasons for analyzing both customer preferences and their effectiveness when it comes to their choice of bill payment channel, but first and foremost they want to know how they can use this information to help them get paid as fast as possible.

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Maximizing The Benefits from Mergers & Acquisitions – Through Successfully Unifying Payment Processes

Mergers and acquisitions offer businesses strategic advantages from realizing the potential synergies and strengths of the combined enterprise. This road to a stronger, more successful business comes with a variety of challenges. It can be easy to miss some significant synergy opportunities while focused on integrating the two operations. One such synergy can be achieved from unifying your payment processes and systems.

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