Invoiced introduces Invoiced Payments in partnership with Chase

Invoiced, which makes an accounts receivable app, has partnered with Chase Bank’s integrated payments business WePay to bring payments to its customers.

The Invoiced platform includes a customer payment portal for accountant users of the app to offer their customers online payments via credit card, debit card and ACH. Invoiced Payments, a new offering from WePay, makes it possible for clients to accept online payments without having to separately research, set up and integrate an outside payment processor or gateway.

Jared King Parag Patel of Invoiced
Jared King and Parag Patel, cofounders of Invoiced.

Features include:

  • Instant onboarding: Accountants don’t need to fill out forms or set up accounts to use Invoiced Payments. Businesses using the app can begin accepting online payments immediately.
  • Integration: The payment entry and transaction experience happen within the client’s payment portal.
  • Security: Invoiced Payments is payment card industry (PCI) compliant, and is advertised to reduce overall PCI compliance overhead by being directly integrated with Invoiced.

“We have a lot of payers demanding digital alternatives,” Jared King, co-founder and CEO of Invoiced, told Accounting Today. He added that although Invoiced has had third party payments integration in the past, there was no accountability when things went wrong. With Chase, one of America’s largest financial institutions, there is reliability and a guarantee behind each payment.

Invoiced Payments is available today for all U.S. and Canada-based Invoiced users with paid accounts. For further details visit https://invoiced.com/payments or schedule a demo at https://invoiced.com/schedule-demo.

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