Harley Financial Services has launched business payments software HarleyPay for its merchant clients through provider linked2pay's Bank Centric Payments platform.
Through HarleyPay, merchants will be able to accept card, Automated Clearing House and remote deposit payments.
Tulsa, Okla.-based Harley Financial Services is offering the payment scheme for merchants in business-to-business sectors, or for education, municipalities, insurance companies, medical and other organizations that electronically bill customers, and accept face-to-face or mailed payments.
Those merchants and organizations will be able to accept payments through online forms, mobile devices, e-mail, virtual terminals, phone or shopping cart checkout.
"We are excited to roll out HarleyPay as a bank integrated platform which will enable us to offer our merchants online registration and underwriting with boarding through a single login," Kirk Nellis, president of Harley Financial Services, said in an Oct. 4 press release.
Linked2pay last month began offering clients automatic ACH approval at the same time as merchant onboarding as part of its Bank Centric Payments platform.
HarleyPay also offers integrated options for QuickBooks and Salesforce users to streamline their process and open more payment options.
Harley Financial Services brings an experience and service level to the platform that will "help merchants benefit in accessing payment solutions they need in a bank-integrated package for improved automation and enhanced reporting," Richard McShirley, chief marketing officer for linked2pay, said in the release.