PaymentVision and QuotePro Kiosk recently finalized a partnership and planned integration that will expand payment processing options for QuotePro Kiosk’s buy-here, pay-here dealership clients and provide kiosk services to PaymentVision clients.
The companies indicated the integration should be completed later this year, offering finance companies and operators a number of new features, including:
—24/7 convenience: Finance and receivables firms can offer their customers the convenience of 24/7 payment options.
—Staffing efficiencies: Offering self-serve payment solutions reduces the need for staff to assist customers in completing payments.
—Accept all forms of payment: Give consumers the ability to complete in-person payments via cash, check, ACH, money order, credit card or debit card.
—Real-time communication: Payments on a QuotePro Kiosk are communicated in real-time.
—Full-service solution: Cash is serviced by armored couriers, saving finance and receivables companies time and money.
—Open payment gateway: Existing QuotePro customers have the ability to bring their own bank or merchant account provider many times resulting in no hold, no reserve next day funding.
—Accept cash and make change: The kiosk can serve as an exclusive in-store payment channel.
—Provisional cash services can deliver next-day settlement on all cash payments.
—Full reconciliation and transactional reporting
“We are constantly looking for ways to add additional services and improve the consumer payment experience,” said Eugene O’Rourke, vice president of marketing at PaymentVision.
“Partnering with QuotePro and offering an integrated payment solution will enable payments to post directly into more than 20 existing PaymentVision integrations, further helping customers streamline their cash management and in-person payment operations,” O’Rourke continued.
Chris Albu, vice president of sales for QuotePro Kiosk, added, “This integration allows companies who embrace & use technology another efficiency in their cash-intensive business. It eliminates manual entry while allowing customers to pay with their preferred payment method — cash — which causes the most problems.
“It not only saves the business money, but improves their processes while increasing safety and accountability,” Albu went on to say.