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PayCorp Agrees Bright Office Payments Deal

Written by entrepreneurcountry Wednesday, 16 October 2013.

Payments solutions business Pay Corporation, part of Boxhill Technologies PLC, has signed an agreement with CRM software business Bright Office, further extending its reach outside of the gaming and lottery sectors.

PayCorp will provide Bright Office’s PPI customers with a range of solutions for the processing of customer payments including bank transfers, credit and debit card payments and an integrated payments wallet.

Bright Office supplies customer relationship management software across a broad range of customers including solicitors, payment protection insurance (PPI) claims management firms, finance brokers and mortgage advisers.

“A significant number of Bright Office’s clients require payment services which fall outside the scope of traditional payment services providers. We have safe, secure and flexible payments products that will directly help Bright Office clients and their customers,” said Phil Jackson, chief executive of Boxhill Technologies PLC, the owners of PayCorp.

PayCorp has a complete suite of end-to-end, innovative payments products which allow its customers to pay for online goods and services, transfer money or pay bills easily, securely and anonymously. This includes the most secure eMoney voucher on the market, top-up card, eWallet and prepaid PayCorp Visa card.

PayCorp provides its online payment systems to some of the largest international gaming and lottery operators as well as a range of retailers, for all of whom efficient and safe ecommerce solutions are an essential part of conducting business online.

The company has ambitious plans to deliver and acquire new products and businesses, with a particular focus on gaming, lotteries, and global payment processing.

Its listed holding company, Boxhill Technologies PLC, is also the owner of the Weather Lottery which recently celebrated 15 years in business and has paid out more than £5m to charities and good causes.

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