Repay Holdings Corporation, which offers technology for inbound and outbound payments, has integrated its accounts payable (AP) automation offering into Sage 100. The offering adds to the company’s current connections with the Sage 300 and Sage X3 products, according to a Wednesday (May 19) announcement.
The AP automation lets users make and green light payment groups and control vendor groups. It also allows for invoicing, reconciliation without intervention and tailored reporting inside of Sage 100, according to the announcement.
“With the addition of accounts payable solutions to our Sage 100 integration, we continue our commitment to reducing costs and optimizing the transaction process for businesses,” Darin Horrocks, senior vice president, B2B, Repay, said in the announcement. “Intentionally designed with simplicity in mind, a single integration eliminates unnecessary manual processes while increasing revenue and security — a true win-win for business users on Sage.”
Companies can access the new connection via APS Payments, which provides omnichannel corporate integrated payments offerings, according to the announcement.
Business customers of Repay will be able to digitize digital payments to Billtrust’s network of vendors by the way of its participation in Billtrust’s Business Payments Network (BPN).
“We believe our partnership with Billtrust will significantly bolster the adoption of electronic payments to suppliers who participate in the BPN,” Horrocks said in a January announcement.
The link between the two firms will bring Repay’s reach to thousands of more suppliers on the BPN. That move streamlines the payment process for vendors in addition to purchasers while enabling the movement of payments by preferred formats such as virtual credit cards.
Horrocks said in a February release that the new connection with PN3 might help “complete the accounts payable workstream by seamlessly incorporating an outbound payment option for users who rely on the platform to manage invoices and pay vendors on time with the method they prefer.”