REPAY, Lexop partner to offer seamless payments for credit unions
By Delisha Fernandes
Repay, a provider of vertically-integrated payment solutions, has announced a new technology integration with Lexop, a self-service software for credit unions, financial institutions, and other financing companies.
The REPAY integration with the Lexop collections management software enables their clients to collect late payments more efficiently, receive real-time payment updates, increase engagement, and minimize loan servicing costs.
“Collecting late payments can be a stressful and challenging operation for both credit unions and their members, especially when members cannot make payments though their preferred channel,” said Jake Moore, EVP, Consumer Payments, REPAY. “REPAY’s integration with Lexop helps to alleviate that burden by offering multiple payment options, making remittance convenient for members and payment updates instantaneous for their financial institutions.”
Lexop clients can now offer members an integrated self-service portal, empowered by REPAY’s embedded payments technology, to make payments more easily at members’ convenience. Additionally, credit unions and financial institutions can accept debit card, as well as automated clearing house (ACH), payments via text, mobile, and IVR. REPAY’s embedded payments engine seamlessly sends payment data back to Lexop in real time, streamlining reconciliation and accounting operations.
“Lexop is proud to empower credit unions with flexible payment options and further improve the efficiency of accounting functions through our integration with REPAY,” said Amir Tajkarimi, CEO and Co-Founder of Lexop. “We prioritize credit union members’ well-being during the collection process and are confident that the new capabilities enabled by REPAY will enhance our customers’ ability to build strong connections with their members through convenient payment methods.”
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