Promise taps Paya as payments partner

Wednesday 22 June 2022 10:15 CET | News

US-based payment platform Promise has chosen payment solution provider Paya as an integrated payments partner.

Promise works with utilities and government agencies in the US, enabling them to provide payment flexibility in underserved areas and for citizens who are in debt or unable to pay their bills in full, as well as facilitate access to aid programmes. The partnership with Paya will continue to expand Promise’s capabilities and reach across many government agencies and utilities.

Paya is a national player in the government and municipal payments space. As of year-end 2021, Paya serves over 2,000 government agencies and municipalities in 24 states, processing over 8 million payments per year, and delivering over USD 1 billion in revenue to its government and municipal clients, as per the press release.

Representatives from Promise stated that by partnering with an integrated payments provider with deep experience in the government space, they are able to deliver value to the people who need it. Facilitating payments for government debt is their mission, and Paya’s government payment technologies and comprehensive support services will both augment their customer experiences and enable them to continue to serve their mission.

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Keywords: partnership, financial inclusion, online payments, product upgrade, expansion
Categories: Payments & Commerce
Companies: Paya, Promise
Countries: United States
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