Direct Debi recognised by Institute of Chartered BookkeepersMarch 05, 2018
Institute of Certified Bookkeepers has recognised Australian owned Direct Debi Payments as an approved solution as it aims to increase the number of book keepers offering online payments.
Direct Debi’s Founder and CEO was pleased to be recognised as she detailed the company’s plan to get all book keepers offering an online payment option this year.
“With online payments dominating the Australian marketplace and credit and debit cards representing 50 percent of the payments, it is important businesses offer an online payment option.”
“Everyone expects to be able to pay an invoice online. Selecting the right provider ensures the experience meets both the business and customer needs,” Ms Batch said.
Direct Debi has invested in a PCI compliant platform which ensures payment details are kept secure. This is combined with Direct Debi’s focus on customer friendly systems and service which deliver an omni channel experience, across all mediums which includes integration with Xero.
Institute of Certified Bookkeepers, General Manager Rick Van Dyk said after assessment of the company and its products has recognised Direct Debi as an approved solution.
“Our selection process is thorough and we work with companies which deliver value to our members”.
“Direct Debi is a specialist service which has an excellent fit with both the institute and the members.”
To find out how these products can benefit you and your business visit Direct Debi’s page on the ICB website.