Transactis announces partnership with Walletron for mobile payments
Transactis, a provider of electronic billing and payment solutions, has teamed up with Walletron, a provider of bill-to-wallet service moBills, to expand its electronic billing and payment offering BillerIQ.
The enhanced offering will allow vendors to present notifications, bill statements and a streamlined payment experience through customers' smartphones without the need of a mobile app.
Under the partnership, Walletron will serve as Transactis' distribution client base, including players in the financial services, technology and digital communications industries.
Walletron moBills operates on Apple Wallet and Android Pay, covering more than 97% of US consumers.
Transactis CEO Joe Proto said: "Our relationship with Walletron enhances our mobile delivery strategy for our distributors and their clients' bill pay solutions. The mobile wallet is a critical component of today's omnichannel payment strategy.
“Now, Transactis' clients can save costs and improve cash flow while connecting with customers through their preferred channel – the mobile phone – reaching the next level of paperless engagement."
Walletron CEO and founder Garrett Baird said: "We are delighted to partner with Transactis to open a new method of communication for their biller clients, and to expand the moBills biller footprint via Transactis' impressive distribution network of leading treasury banks and digital communications partners."
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