APCOPAY and ON POINT LTD are proud to announce the release of a new plugin for Business Central users facilitating Business to Business payments through major credit card brands as well as open banking solutions readily available.
The BUSINESS CENTRAL-APCOPAY plugin automatically creates and embeds payment links inside invoices through which payment receivables can be automated more efficiently and effectively. This, in turn, saves time and energy as it cuts through chasing and reconciling payments, freeing up additional cash flow
Daniel Buttigieg, Chief Commercial Officer at APCOPAY said “We are pleased to partner with On Point Ltd, to provide more innovative solutions to the B2B ERP market segments through our Fastlink solution. This will assist corporate clients to focus more on their business whilst providing an easier means to get paid instantly, and securely through debit/credit cards.”
Stephen Abela, Managing Director at On Point ltd. said, “The client is always our priority, and keeping that as one of the main drivers to pursue service excellence, we are proud to introduce innovative features to facilitate payments, through Apcopay. Stephen additionally remarks how, with the help of Apcopay’s technology, Business Central users are now able to send and receive payments directly from their ERP software, ensuring fast, secure and efficient payments.
“The convenience and practicality, when using Fastlink for Business Central/NAV, is the ability to securely settle B2B payments locally and globally, with a single click of a button.”
Fastlink for Business Central is a very straightforward process implemented by Apcopay and On Point Ltd. to Microsoft’s ERP/accounting software.
How does Fastlink work?
Automated payment links are generated and personalized with respective business information, such as payment information and the invoice amount. Such links are automatically sent directly from Business Central ERP Solution via an email with a simple click of a button. Once sent to businesses, B2B payments can be securely settled via your internet browser where a hosted payment page is displayed, allowing companies to pay their invoices using the preferred payment means.