In 2016 the team at Payonomy worked on a number of high profile projects and partnerships that have not only allowed more companies to embrace Direct Debits as a recurring revenue model, but it also allowed these businesses to manage this all inside the single view of Salesforce.
Naturally we could not name check all our new clients for 2016, so here is a small snippet of 2016….
Ensuring you validate Bank Accounts [sort codes and account numbers / IBAN and BIC] prior to setting up a Direct Debit is a crucial part of the process. Payonomy works alongside leading utility provider to provide their integrated Bank Validation for their Salesforce CRM platform. Validation of over 500,000 new bank accounts will be processed through this application.
Leading homeless charity, Homeless Link who have developed the amazing Street Link App that an allows members of the public to notify the charity of a rough sleeper selects Payonomy to provide an integrated Credit Card Application for their Salesforce Org.
When the National Governing Body for the sport of Eventing in Great Britain needed to streamline their membership and subscription processes, British Eventing invited Payonomy to share their thoughts on the best way to collected Direct Debits from inside the single view of Salesforce.
Working across 81 denominations, nearly 4,000 churches, 600 organisations and thousands of individual members, there was only one payments partner that could meet the need of the Evangelical Alliance. Payonomy was chosen for it’s depth of knowledge on Direct Debits and it’s array of native Salesforce Application.
So what does 2017 hold for Payonomy?
We are already working on a number of new Salesforce CRM and Payment projects, we are seeing an increase in more enterprise requirements as clients look to embrace taking recurring revenue inside of Salesforce.
Our new SEPA Direct Debit application has created a number of new projects in France, Spain and the USA.
It’s a great time to be working for Payonomy, we are always looking at new ideas and new talent, so look out for any new roles we may be posting in the coming months. Time has run out for this blog, so next time we will talk about our new applications!
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