Nvoicepay Introduces Electronic Print Check Service

  • July 19, 2011

July 19, 2010 — Portland, Ore. — Nvoicepay, the leader in simple B2B ePayments, today announced it has added electronic print checks as an option in their current payment mix, which includes credit cards and ACH payments.  With the inclusion of electronic print checks, Nvoicepay customers are now able to move to 100% paperless accounts payables.

Nvoicepay’s Electronic Print Checks are designed for vendors who only accept paper check payments.  The cost per check is only $1.39 (including first class postage). Electronic Print Checks are printed at a secure SSAE 16 Certified, SOX Compliant location, covered by Positive Payee Services and payments are mailed the next business day after the customer pushes “pay”.

Nvoicepay electronic print check services enable the customer to have a complete electronic user experience including the convenience of pressing pay instead of printing and mailing paper checks, the ability to schedule and approve payments at any time, and the ability to easily reconcile all payment types.


About Nvoicepay

Nvoicepay is the leading provider of simple ePayment solutions for the enterprise. Organizations across multiple industries trust Nvoicepay to streamline invoice payments, dramatically reduce AP costs, and generate new revenue through integrated AP card rebates.  Only Nvoicepay offers a simple and secure cloud-based workflow that works with every accounting system and all banking partners, and best-in-class vendor services to assure success. Founded in 2009, Nvoicepay has thousands of customers paying tens of thousands of vendors through the company’s payment network each day.   For more information, visit www.nvoicepay.com

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