Improving Cash Flow by Accelerating your Receivables

Streamline receivables to improve your cash flow.

More efficient collections are key to improving cash flow. We offer a wide range of services for accelerating receivables, helping you reduce the time and expense of paper check handling.

With our online payment solutions, you can collect payments directly from your customers’ bank accounts or accept payments for credit card purchases from your company’s website. For paper check payments, we offer a remote deposit option with Online Check Deposit, which allows you to scan and submit checks electronically, saving your staff a trip to one of our branches.

Our services are designed to reduce the time it takes to collect and process customer payments and help your business operate more efficiently.

  • Electronic Receivables
    Expedite collections and improve cash flow with our online payment services.
  • Cash and Check Processing
    Speed the flow of funds with our lockbox, deposit reconciliation and cash handling services.
  • Merchant Services
    Increase efficiency and minimize the risk of fraud while offering customers more convenient way to accept card payments.
  • Remote Check Deposit
    Reduce paperwork and trips to the bank while taking advantage of later posting deadlines when you deposit checks electronically.
  • Healthcare Receivables
    Expedite submissions and reimbursements for insurance claims.

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