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Chrysti Leigh, Central Operations Manager at Denali Alaskan Federal Credit Union, received her Accredited Automated Clearing House Professional certification from the National Automated Clearing House Association.
The two companies launched the joint venture three years ago to process automated clearing house transactions between them.
The WebSeries application includes a comprehensive set of global payment instruction types that support enterprise payment needs with central control and audit, from paper checks to electronic methods such as automated clearing house (ACH) and wire transfers.
Financial institutions, which process 60 billion paper checks a year, will save 80 cents for each electronic transfer that eliminates a paper check, according to the National Automated Clearing House Association.
com/reports/c47930) has announced the addition of Datamonitor's new report: Automated Clearing House Payments to their offering.
This service allows companies to stop unauthorized automated clearing house (ACH) debits before they hit their accounts, helping to protect them from fraudulent transactions
1) These services range from electronic payment mechanisms, such as Fedwire funds transfer and automated clearing house (Fed ACH), to check collection.
In an effort to help curb postal costs, the Michigan Automated Clearing House Association (MACHA) is encouraging consumers and business to sign-up for Automatic Bill Payment -- an inexpensive alternative to mailing recurring monthly payments.