ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- HealPay, a leading payment solutions provider, announced today its new Text to Pay product will be revealed at the upcoming Receivables Management Association International’s 2020 Annual Conference.

Text to Pay will allow billers to provide customers with simple pay-by-text options, increasing on-time payments and reducing collection costs. The solution will be available for live demo during RMAi’s 2020 Conference to be held on February 3rd through 6th at the Aria Resort & Casino Las Vegas.

“Consumers increasingly expect to connect with businesses with the same ease and convenience as their family and friends,” says Co-Founder and CEO, Erick Bzovi. “Achieving customer satisfaction means taking advantage of technologies that consumers already use in their day to day interactions.”

The modern text payment solution allows organizations in accounts receivables, consumer finance, healthcare, and charitable and religious organizations industries to offer customers a convenient payment experience while being compliant with the latest industry regulations.

“A significant number of consumers have a mobile phone or smartphone and carry it with them all the time,” remarks Lance Carlson, Co-Founder and Head of Product Development. “Text to Pay puts the power to pay in the palm of the consumer’s hands, in turn allowing firms to deliver a more personalized and stress-free payment experience.”


With the capability to integrate with other industry software, HealPay allows firms to interact with consumers with the same workflow as other channels. Integration empowers firms to use their existing software to send text updates to consumers, including rich media, like images. In turn, consumers can send a short text message to view their account balance, make a payment, or opt-out of future SMS communications.

About HealPay  

HealPay provides innovative, consumer-centric payment solutions to businesses nationwide. Attorneys, collections, receivables, charitable organizations, property managers, finance companies, and other types of billers rely on our solutions to accept multiple payment types online and over the phone with or without a human agent. 

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