InTu Mobility Partners with FTNI To Offer Robust, Integrated Receivables Solution

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Companies can now accept, process and post any payment method, from any payment channel—all on a single, secure, SaaS platform.

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InTu Mobility Partners with FTNI To Offer Robust, Integrated Receivables Solution

“After reviewing various providers and solutions we decided to partner with FTNI because their ETran solution includes a mobile payment option, offers seamless integration with back-office accounting and AR systems, and is extremely modular and user-friendly.” Tony Horling, Founder, InTu Moblity

InTu Mobility, a field mobility advisory firm that specializes in developing end-to-end mobile solutions for companies, announced today its partnership with Financial Transmission Network Inc. (FTNI), a provider of industry-leading integrated receivables solutions. As part of the FTNI partner network, InTu Mobility will be able to expand its portfolio of mobility solutions by offering customers the ability to accept, process, and post a payment from any payment method, and from any payment channel.

In recent years, the buzz surrounding integrated receivables and specifically mobile payment has become a hot topic because companies today have to receive payments through all sorts of channels. These channels may include: automated clearing house (ACH), wire transfers, credit cards, and payments through various payment portals. As check volumes continue to decline, and electronic payments increase, companies today are turning to integrated receivable solutions to help them manage payments from various methods and channels.

“Our customers have been asking for an integrated receivable solution,” said Tony Horling, expert mobility advisor and owner of InTu Mobility. “After reviewing various providers and solutions we decided to partner with FTNI because their ETran solution includes a mobile payment option, offers seamless integration with back-office accounting and AR systems, and is extremely modular and user-friendly.”

FTNI’s integrated receivables include secure, mobile payment solutions for both Android and iOS, and can accept remote payments via EBPP/EIPP, mRDC, ACH, credit or debit card payments securely. This is especially important for InTu Mobility’s customers who distribute goods and collect payments in the field. For companies interested in learning more about InTu Mobility’s mobile hardware, software, and integrated receivable solutions visit http://www.intumobility.com or call: 866.442.INTU.

About InTu Mobility:
InTu Mobility is an award-winning technology firm that specializes in helping companies identify, select and deploy innovative mobile hardware, software, and wireless technology. Our solutions are custom-designed for inside and outside the four walls and help companies receive, stock, pick, transport and track goods more efficiently. We employ the nation’s top mobility experts who have designed some of the most sophisticated enterprise mobility solutions for every budget and business type including the Fortune 500’s finest. To learn more about InTu Mobility visit http://www.intumobility.com

About FTNI
Financial Transmission Network, Inc. (FTNI) streamlines the way businesses accept, process, post and manage payments. Processing millions of transactions monthly, FTNI’s integrated receivables platform, ETran, accepts any payment method, via any payment channel—on a single, secure, cloud-based platform. ETran’s easy-to-deploy, modular design seamlessly integrates current business processes, bank and processor relationships, and back-office accounting software to deliver increased efficiencies and cost savings as a result of true straight-through processing. Founded in 2007, FTNI serves more than 20,000 corporate users from over 1,000 leading companies spanning numerous industries including Banking and Financial Services, Distribution, Insurance, Nonprofit, Property Management, Utilities, and more. For more information, visit ftni.com.

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