FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
AffiniPay Communications Director
AffiniPay Announces Expanded Reporting Capabilities for Improved Reconciliation
AUSTIN, Texas (April 21, 2020)—AffiniPay for Associations, a leading online payment solution for associations and nonprofits, is excited to announce enhancements to their monthly reconciliation reports.
With these enhancements, monthly deposit reports now include both summary and transaction level reporting. AffiniPay customers now have the option to export the deposit summary to confirm they received all of their credit and debit card deposits, or they can choose to export the summary deposits and transaction details for each individual deposit.
Customers can also download the transaction information they need to create custom reports. “We received lots of requests for this feature enhancement from users,” said Janelle Benefield, director of association payments for AffiniPay. “We’re thrilled to announce this update so that we can bring association professionals the insights and reconciliation details they need.”
AffiniPay for Associations currently supports more than 150,000 professionals and is the payment provider for over 8,000 associations. They’re also proud to be the technology powering Wild Apricot Payments. With this enhancement, Wild Apricot users can include Wild Apricot data when downloading these reports to create their own custom reports.
AffiniPay develops industry-specific online tools for legal, accounting and association professionals to accept payments quickly and securely. AffiniPay was established in Austin, Texas more than a decade ago and has become one of the fastest-growing financial technology companies in the United States, powering the market-leading AffiniPay for Associations, LawPay, and CPACharge online payment tools. These solutions are trusted by more than 150,000 professionals with more than 150 strategic partnerships, including the American Bar Association and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Visit affinipayassociations.com to learn more.
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