Payment giant IntegraPay announces integration with Beyond Bank Australia, a move that will offer better e-commerce solutions and peace of mind to their customers.
Payment specialist Integra Pay and Beyond Bank Australia have announced a unique collaboration which is set to deliver superior payment solutions to Beyond Bank’s business customers.
IntegraPay’s integration with Beyond Bank’s payment system will offer e-commerce solutions including payments through websites, videos or phone transforming customers’ recurring and one off payment processes.
In an Australian first, payments can also be accepted by video, which is particularly helpful to business and community organisations who rely on accepting payments in various methods.
Importantly, the partnership between IntegraPay and Beyond Bank provides customers with peace of mind knowing their transactions are secure.
IntegraPay’s Chief Executive Officer, Chris Urry said the partnership was the first of its kind for the company and with the integration set to come into full effect this month, customers would start to notice the roll out of services immediately.
“We’re delighted to be partnering with Beyond Bank to offer their business customers and community partners a raft of payment solutions including recurring and one-off payments,” Mr Urry said.
“Beyond Bank is one of Australia’s largest customer owned banks and IntegraPay is honoured to support and align our branding with theirs,” Mr Urry said.
Nick May, General Manager Customer Experience, Beyond Bank said the partnership is further proof of the bank’s commitment to the community.
“IntegraPay allows us to offer a number of solutions for our business and community partners to accept payments through online channels making it easier to manage and administer recurring and one-off payments.
“Payments through our customer’s website offer a seamless check out experience and can be easily integrated into their existing shopping carts or their accounting software.
“We are always looking for innovative ways to make life easier for our customers and this will certainly improve business’ efficiency, increase revenue and reduce time spent on administration duties.”
Whyalla Aged Care, has been trialling the technology integration with impressive results.
“As you would expect, with any pilot program we have had some challenges along the way, however the benefits for our organisation will greatly help with our efficiencies, help us simplify our processes and allow us to get back to doing what we do best, caring for our clients,” said CEO, Juanita Walker.