National Acceptance Company officially released their new billing application on April 1st after thirty-three months of development. The new web-based application will allow NAC to expand its payment processing products to soon allow features such as instant transaction processing and more detailed reporting. The current upgrade provides an even simpler user experience with reorganized menus, upgraded credit card and ACH processing, performance enhancements, scheduling of payments and refunds and report expansion. Users will mostly benefit from a new receivables report sorted into profit centers along with additional management reports for managing their organization.
Although the features may not appear drastic, the entire back-end of the billing operation has been completely revamped. “We arrive at the same results as before, but we now have the ability to do so with less human involvement and greater precision than we ever imagined” according to NAC president, Aaron Hoke. “We have a list of products in development now for quite a long time, and the new billing platform will allow the ability and flexibility necessary to create a more streamlined experience for the NAC customer.”
NAC has not changed the high level of customer service or removed and previous services/features available to clients in the past, but they do plan to continue to add products and services throughout the upcoming year.
Submitted by osiadmin on Thu, 03/29/2012 - 16:38
“Why use an EFT (electronic funds transfer) service provider when I have an already existing online payment feature for customers, members or donors?” This question is surprisingly common among business owners and managers who use an online form to accept payment through a merchant service account or a third party processor such as Paypal™.
Submitted by osiadmin on Thu, 03/29/2012 - 16:29
Are you aware that your customers are talking about you online and that everyone can see what they are saying? Online review sites are what the vast majority of consumers are reviewing before making a purchase or doing business with a certain company. What sort of feedback do you see when you type your company’s name into a search engine? Is it positive or negative? For some business owners, this can be a disturbing “wake-up call”. Negative feedback needs to be viewed as a challenge and you must be willing to address the issues that are in front of you.
Submitted by osiadmin on Wed, 02/29/2012 - 10:59
One of the main reasons an EFT item is rejected is because it is not recognized by the account holder. Many payments are currently processed electronically and customers frequently do not remember what they have purchased, especially if the name of the merchant is not familiar. A simple way to reduce EFT returns is to clearly identify your business or organization on file with your gateway service provider. Provide a relevant phone number and web address if possible to make sure the customer has the ability to identify the transaction, thus reducing the probability of rejection.
Submitted by osiadmin on Sun, 01/29/2012 - 11:15
the debt collection industry is glorious, yet it is one that is relevant and necessary in even the most simple business practices. On average, more than $40 billion dollars in bad debt is recovered annually by over 6,500 debt collection agencies in the US. More shockingly, this amount represents approximately only 2% of total consumer debt incurred each year.
Submitted by osiadmin on Mon, 11/21/2011 - 12:41
NAC is proud to release version 2.6 of its web-based InfinitiONE Member Management System. New enhancements and a feature list can be found on the Press Releases page, or by visiting http://infinitione-mms.com
Submitted by osiadmin on Mon, 08/08/2011 - 13:40
NAC is proud to release version 2.5 of its web-based InfinitiONE Member Management System. New enhancements and a feature list can be found on the Press Releases page, or by visiting http://infinitione-mms.com
Submitted by osiadmin on Thu, 08/19/2010 - 16:37
Submitted by osiadmin on Tue, 04/06/2010 - 13:35
NAC is proud to release version 2.0 of its web-based InfinitiONE Member Management System. New enhancements and a feature list can be found on the Press Releases page, or by visiting http://infinitione-mms.com
Submitted by osiadmin on Wed, 03/10/2010 - 20:41
National Acceptance Company is proud to sponsor Ultimate Grapplers Challenge at King’s College (Scandlon Gymnasium) in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania on May 1st. Please visit their website at http://ugc-challenge.com
Submitted by osiadmin on Sat, 01/23/2010 - 15:34
NAC sponsors the U.S. Grappling Mid-Atlantic Championships II in Boothwyn, PA