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A convenient & flexible payment & invoicing solution for Hawaii government

Designed to make government more efficient Payments is an online payment and invoicing solution that is designed and built from the ground up with Hawaii government, business, and citizens as its focus.

  • Collect invoice payments
  • Process accounts receivable more efficiently
  • Customize online bill payment gateway for citizens
  • Credit card chip reader integration for in-person transactions
  • Generate reports for convenient auditing

Quick to onboard

Your agency can start collecting on accounts receivable in as little as 2 weeks. Payments' quick onboading is made possible with the 3-step process.

1. Import invoice data

To start the onboarding process, Payments only requires an accounts receivable file with the data needed to bill citizens.

2. Payment processing Payments creates invoices and makes them available for online or in-person payments and sends notifications.

3. Export transaction data

Your agency receives an export file tailored to your accounting system that includes all information you may need for payments reconciliation.

An easy-to-use online payment system for Hawaii businesses & citizens

Navigating government processes for payments can be challenging because of the complexity — Payments makes it easy.

  • Use an account to track payment history
  • Pay multiple invoices with a single transaction
  • Receive alerts and notifications when invoice is ready to pay

Security is the number one priority Payments' proactive approach to security integrates assessments, monitoring, and management to ensure the integrity and confidentiality of all data and transactions.

  • Security is integrated into the development process from the beginning
  • PCI DSS Compliant with over 860,000 secure transactions per year
  • Following data security and privacy best practices

Contact us for a consultation to learn more about Payments

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