CheckAlt's Weekly Update: July 31, 2020
Written by Shai Stern
As the eternal optimist, I always look for positivity and am inspired by the creative solutions businesses are coming up with to overcome challenges. This week I was delighted to learn that professional sporting leagues including the MLB and NBA have found a way to safely resume games. We at CheckAlt continue to operate at full capacity and are noticing a shift in perspective regarding payment processing solutions. Read our LinkedIn post here.
Every day I see evidence reaffirming CheckAlt’s position as the house of payments, providing integrated receivables and payables solutions for financial institutions and businesses. As you may have seen on LinkedIn, CheckAlt just announced our partnership with Five Star Bank of California. We have many more exciting announcements to reveal in the weeks to come.
A recent article pointed out that while 86% of businesses see payment automation as an important priority, only 8% have automated payments for their business. CheckAlt’s solutions are designed to close this gap, and through our credit union and bank partners we are able to handle mobile and merchant remote deposit capture—read our latest post about our RDC solution DepositGo here—as well as mail processing across our 13-site nationwide network.
Your relationship manager is a resource to you beyond keeping track of current projects with CheckAlt and learning about additional services you can deliver for your members and customers. We are here to help you create marketing material and provide training to enhance the customer experience. If you have any feedback for how we can further assist, send an email to Assist@CheckAlt.com or share your thoughts with your relationship manager.
Many of you are keeping close watch on Hurricane Isaias. CheckAlt is monitoring the active tropical storm warnings in effect along Florida’s coast, and while we expect to continue business as usual through the storm we will be sure to update you if the current projections change.
As always, please stay healthy and safe!