Global payment technology company Payscout has become a preferred payment partner of Collection work software solutionsa provider of technologies and services for the collections, debits and credits management market.

Through this enhanced partnership, Collection Works users will benefit from direct integration with Payscout’s Paywire platform, which is a customer account management (ARM)-centric gateway, according to a Tuesday, September 27. Press release.

“At Collection Works, we believe this partnership with Payscout enhances our ability to develop and extend our software platform offerings to our current and future customers and assists us in our efforts to continue to deliver a high quality software platform. quality,” said the CEO of Collection Works. Merwyn Landry Sr. said in the press release.

The Paywire platform provides payment solutions for credit, debit, Automated Clearing House (ACH), and Health Savings Accounts (HSA), and does so in a security-compliant environment. payment card industry (PCI) and HIPPA, and includes monitoring and reporting capabilities, according to the press release.

Beyond that, Collection Works users can now deploy Payscout’s convenience fee solution called 360° Fee-Free Payments, the statement said.

“Today’s economic environment has been challenging for companies in the ARM collections and space industry,” President and Co-Founder of Payscout Manpreet Singh said in the press release. “For those looking for secure, efficient and compliant solutions that reduce costs and increase revenue, this partnership brings together more than 40 years of leadership to deliver industry-leading payment and collections solutions that enable businesses to achieve their full potential. potential.”

Separately, Finvi and Prodigal announced on August 29 that they have partnered to help their mutual customers in the healthcare ARM and revenue cycle management (RCM) industries engage with consumers. more intelligently and transparently and accelerate revenue recovery.

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