As a payments partner for commercial and professional service providers in the U.S. and Australia, QuickFee is committed to delivering a personalized end-to-end payment experience for merchants. To reach that goal, QuickFee has joined forces with SALIX Data to enable intelligent automation on its payment solutions, starting with an automated application process for QuickFee’s “Buy Now, Pay Later” installments product.
SALIX Data is a global leader in intelligent automation and business process outsourcing. Over the last 20 years, SALIX has partnered with top healthcare providers, law firms, and payments companies to identify and resolve common data challenges.
SALIX President and co-founder, Jonathan Adams, has worked with QuickFee’s newly-appointed CEO Eric Lookhoff on a variety of automated workflow solutions at previous companies. These included developing a Power of Attorney collection and processing platform, an insurance premium quotation and enrollment engine, and a solution for remote deposit capture for ACH re-initiation that broke new ground across the industry.
Since QuickFee Installments launched at the end of 2020, increased demand and adoption for this product has driven QuickFee to accelerate strategic updates to its platform. The “Buy Now, Pay Later” product leverages advanced technology to split customer payments into four installments and has attracted particular interest to businesses and consumers in the accounting, legal, home services, and commercial services markets.
“There were a few areas where we knew SALIX could provide significant value,” said Lookhoff. “From my perspective, it was vital to accelerate these improvements and achieve a more intelligent and merchant-focused process.”
After a robust development phase between QuickFee and SALIX, merchants will now experience a seamless automated online journey from application to enrollment. Applications follow an automated underwriting path that leverages a variety of third-party API’s and is fully integrated with our CRM and processing platforms.
“When we start a workflow automation project, our analysts take a deep dive into the situation so we can deliver a customized solution that lasts,” said Adams. “With QuickFee, it was clear that end-to-end automation was the best way to scale today and prepare for future growth at the same time.”
Moving forward, SALIX and QuickFee will continue to strategize on new solutions across the QuickFee payment suite. “Our philosophy is that the entire payment experience must reflect the evolving needs of businesses and their customers. We are thrilled to work with SALIX in turning that approach into a reality,” said Lookhoff.