More NewsUnity Trust Bank Selects Bottomline for New Online Payments Service

Unity Trust Bank Selects Bottomline for New Online Payments Service

Unity Trust Bank has selected Bottomline to provide its customers with a new online payments service. Bottomline’s web-based payments service is designed to enable organizations in the UK to initiate BACS-compliant payments, collect direct debits and use the Automated Direct Debit Instruction Service (AUDDIS) for paperless direct debits. Through the use of this bank-branded service, Unity Trust Bank will offer its 18,000 customers the ability to quickly and easily automate and control the initiation and collection of payments via a convenient and secure Web portal.

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