Ogden, Utah — Accounts Receivable payment hub PDCflow announces a new partnership with National Creditors Bar Association. Through this relationship, the company becomes the official document and payment workflow software of NCBA. As a result, all members of the trade association will now be eligible for a 20% discount on PDCflow’s software services.
“National Creditors Bar Association is pleased to have PDCflow as a new National Partner for 2019,” says Robin Cole, Acting Executive Director of National Creditors Bar Association. “Their secure platform for sending and receiving contracts and documents along with a payment link, plus its integrated compliance features, make it a valuable benefit that we’re proud to offer to our association’s members.”
PDCflow’s offerings will enhance how attorneys send and receive documents, contracts and retainers. The ability to add a payment link to a text message or email document delivery or signature request will also speed up the payment collection process.
The software provides legal, wet signature technology and a PCI and Regulation E compliant system. With all of these features, attorneys can focus on increasing the growth of their practices and boosting revenue instead of struggling with administrative tasks.
PDCflow’s Payment Hub offers a single platform for Accounts Receivable teams to quickly send an invoice, collect a credit, debit or ACH payment and obtain a signature in one simple and secure workflow. The software offers text, email, chat and IVR payment channels, a customizable online payment portal and robust reporting ideal for debt collection agencies, medical billing companies, hospitals and healthcare organizations. Programming and customer operations for PDCflow’s national client base have been completed in-house in Ogden, Utah, since the company’s founding in 2003. Find out more about PDCflow on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, or visit https://www.pdcflow.com/.
National Creditors Bar Association is a nationwide bar association of over 500 creditors rights law firms and in‐house counsel of creditors. National Creditors Bar Association members are committed to being professional, responsible and ethical in their practice of creditors rights law. Learn more at creditorsbar.org.