Nvoicepay streamlines your construction firm’s payment process

By Jenny LescohierApril 13, 2021

Contractors have made big strides in digitizing their payment processes by using PDF copies of invoices, but when they’re ready to actually pay their bills, many still write checks, stuff them into envelopes, pay postage and so on.

Through new software solutions such as Nvoicepay, it’s possible to make payment disbursement completely paperless and safe.

The Nvoicepay accounts payable automation solution is built to alleviate the biggest challenges in your payment process, including the risk of payment fraud. Nvoicepay, a FLEETCOR company, explicitly assumes liability and indemnifies users against loss for every payment sent on their behalf. 

Users no longer need to touch payment data. Nvoicepay has a team dedicated to validating, updating, and securing vendors’ banking information and payment method acceptance.

Nvoicepay eliminates the need to field payment inquiries too, as its team works to proactively resolve unprocessed payments with vendors, and serves as the direct contact for any questions.

The platform, which works in combination with the user’s ERP software, is designed to manage complex AP processes with ease while strengthening vendor relationships and mitigating the risk of payment errors and fraud.

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