30 April 2019
Eazy Collect and PayPoint are pleased to announce that they have entered into a partnership agreement to deliver Direct Debit functionality for PayPoint's innovative omnichannel payments solution, MultiPay.
PayPoint are the market-leading omnichannel payments and retail technology provider, helping millions of people control their household finances, make essential payments and access services on and offline across the UK. Their seamlessly integrated omnichannel payments solution, MultiPay, is a one-stop shop for customer payments. PayPoint helps over 500 consumer service providers to save time and money while making it easier for their customers to pay – via any channel and on any device, including its UK network of over 28,000 stores which is bigger than all banks, supermarkets and Post Offices together.
Eazy Collect is a leading UK PayTech established in 2002 focused on delivering automated and streamlined Direct Debit and payment management services via its Eazy Customer Manager® cloud-based platform. As a Bacs Approved Bureau, Bacs Accredited Commercial Facilities Management Provider and FCA regulated Payment Institution Eazy Collect make payment processing simple.
Andy Stalsberg, Managing Director of Eazy Collect, said:
“Working to help deliver PayPoint’s overall strategy by providing our excellent Direct Debit provisioning has been a rewarding challenge and will ultimately bring more efficient payment processing to PayPoint’s new and existing clients. Eazy Collect’s aim is to continue to develop our partnership channel with other merchants, PSP’s and banks and this fits nicely with that endeavour.”
Mark Anderson, MultiPay Product Manager of PayPoint, said:
“Eazy Collect had the deep experience we sought and highly technical and feature-rich Direct Debit platform to integrate with our own system. Their credibility and reputation in the industry was very important to PayPoint and it was clear that both of our companies were aligned positively with a strong customer service ethos. We are excited to roll-out the added Direct Debit offering on top of our already successful digital payments capabilities currently benefitting our customers.”