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Allied Payment Network today announced that mobile banking solutions provider FI-MOBILE has integrated Allied’s Picture PayTM into its mobile banking offerings, enabling FI-MOBILE’s end users to pay any bill by simply taking a picture of the bill with their mobile device. FI-MOBILE develops downloadable apps for banks and credit unions that enhance the Internet channel experience for their customers and members. Picture Pay seamlessly integrates within FI-MOBILE’s mobile banking solution, providing a quick and simple integration process for FI-MOBILE’s financial institution customers.
Allied Payment Network online and mobile bill payment services partnered ACI Worldwide to offer same-day bill payment capabilities through Allied’s mobile photo bill pay solution, Picture Pay. Picture Pay will integrate with the ACI Bill Payment Engine and proprietary Biller Endpoint Network (BEN), an electronic biller network that delivers millions of payments to more than 9,000 electronic biller endpoints each month. By seamlessly integrating with the ACI Bill Payment Engine, Picture Pay’s end users now have the added convenience of a same-day payment option to immediately process a bill payment.
Picture Pay mobile photo bill payment app has seen 17 percent month over month increase in active end-users and 13 percent monthly growth in the number of items processed since its launch in November 2012. The product’s creators Mitek, Allied Payment Network and Malauzai Software Inc. also reported that 5 percent of active mobile banking users employed the feature in the first 90 days after its launch. That is above the usage figure of 3.5 percent for standard bill pay on the mobile device. Picture Pay allows users to complete a payment by taking a photo of the bill statement, confirm the amount to be paid and submit the payment to the financial institution.
Allied Payment Network announced Steve Paradine, senior vice president of Sales, will present Picture Pay at the Access Softek Annual Client Conference on Oct. 8 at 11:30 a.m. PDT at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Berkeley Marina in Berkeley, Calif. Paradine will showcase Allied’s mobile photo bill pay solution to more than 350 of Access Softek’s bank and credit union customers. Access Softek is a Berkeley, Calif.-based mobile banking software provider. The company’s first client conference will feature an intensive two-day series of panels, sessions and roundtable discussions focused on best practices in mobile banking.
Allied Payment Network, a provider of online and mobile bill payment services to the financial industry, announced New Castle Bank launch Allied’s Picture Pay mobile bill pay solution, enabling its customers to pay any bill by taking a picture of the bill with their mobile device. In an effort to simplify the bill pay process, Ameriana Bank integrated Picture Pay into its existing mobile banking app, increasing the level of convenience for accountholders with a solution that is also more cost-effective for the bank. Once a customer takes a picture of the bill with their smartphone, they simply enter the amount and payment date, and the bill is paid. Picture Pay’s technology reads the data from the customer’s bill, and then its built-in analytics confirm the biller and execute the payment process. Picture Pay was developed in conjunction with Malauzai Software Inc., a provider of mobile banking SmartApps for community financial institutions.
Allied Payment Network online bill payment services to the financial industry and Malauzai Software mobile banking SmartApps for community financial institutions, announced that Midwest-based 3Rivers Federal Credit Union ($750 million) is the first credit union in the country to launch its Picture Pay mobile bill payment solution. 3Rivers has implemented the stand-alone Picture Pay solution developed by Allied and Malauzai Software and will offer Picture Pay as a separate mobile application in addition to its existing mobile banking app, enabling 3Rivers’ members to easily and securely pay any bill by taking a picture of the bill with their mobile device. Through Picture Pay, once a member takes a picture of a bill with their smartphone, they simply enter the amount and payment date and the bill is paid.
Allied Payment Network online bill payment services and Malauzai Software mobile banking SmartApps announced Picture Pay is now available to any financial institution as a stand-alone mobile bill payment solution, even those that use a different mobile banking provider. Picture Pay can now be implemented by any bank or credit union as a separate mobile application. The stand-alone Picture Pay solution is compatible with any core banking system or mobile platform and no technology integrations are required. The app allows users to complete a payment by take a photo of the bill statement, confirm the amount to be paid and submit the payment to the financial institution.