Lower Murray Water (BPAY View)

 
Water supply, sewerage and drainage services

Since it introduced BPAY View, Lower Murray Water has been able to reduce its carbon footprint and is now receiving payments from customers much faster than it had in the past.

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Other Large Businesses that have benefited from using BPAY services


Moreton Bay Regional Council (BPAY View)

Local government

Local councils see the benefits of BPAY, such as helping to improve cash flow management and driving efficiencies in their finance departments. Electronic presentment via BPAY View is also on Moreton Bay Regional Council’s radar.

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Southern Phone
Southern Phone

Telecommunications services

BPAY has helped this telecommunications business manage the costs in its business and offer an easier payment method for customers. This is an important outcome for a business that has customer service at its core.

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IOOF
IOOF

Superannuation fund

BPAY helps super funds like IOOF match contributions to the appropriate member. It also helps to provide fund members with an easier way to make contributions to their fund, making it simpler for them to increase their retirement savings.

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Kingston City Council
Kingston City Council

Local government

Councils such as Kingston City Council like to make it as easy as possible for residents to pay their rates and other bills, one of the reasons why BPAY is such a popular payment option for Councils. Plus BPAY helps to make it easier for the Council to allocate payments to customers.

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Radio Rentals, South Australia

Retail

Radio Rentals chose BPAY when looking for a convenient payment method to offer their customers paying their rental accounts. Additionally BPAY means an easier reconciliation process and quicker access to cash for Radio Rentals.

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