FinTech

Payment technology has evolved significantly in recent decades: in addition to cash, Americans now have the option of paying their bills with checks, credit and debit cards, digital wallets, and even digital currencies. Under the right circumstances, it’s possible today to pay a utility bill...

And other ways to improve eCheck payment processing By Matt Johnson, Solutions Engineer Lead To avoid the age-old adage, “the check is in the mail,” let your customers pay by bank account through other routes. When a customer pays directly from their bank account online, it’s called...

From water utility bills to parking tickets to property taxes, people have to interact with government services for any number of reasons on any given day. Most of them want to take care of their bills and settle their accounts quickly so they can cross...

By Matt Johnson, Solutions Engineer Lead One of the most common topics of confusion we see when setting up online payment processing for our clients is the difference between convenience and service fees. Most clients don’t even realize they’re confusing the two, but it’s important to...

6 Best Practices for Government Payment Tech By Matt Zwicky, Product Manager Cities looking to increase access to public services have many things to consider when accepting payments online. We can learn numerous lessons from e-commerce players that continue to innovate the payments landscape and have made...

For the most part, people don’t use their utilities independently. You can’t take a hot shower, for example, without water, gas (to heat the water), and electricity (to keep the lights on). The same is true whether you’re preparing food, doing laundry, washing dishes, or...

By Kelli Palm, Lead Product Manager Most people pay their utility bills online. That’s about as convenient as it gets, to the point that we don’t think about our bills unless something goes wrong. But for the unbanked and underbanked population — some 27 percent of US households...

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