RevSpring, formed by the merger of DANTOM Systems, PSC Info Group and Data Image, has acquired BestBill, a Phoenix-based billing and payment technology provider.
BestBill has been recognized for its culture and customer service as well as innovative billing and payment services such as online debt negotiation, interactive voice response and text payment service.
The tools allow RevSpring clients to address consumers' needs that continue to change as more consumers transition to electronic communication channels and online payment platforms. Using RevSpring’s technology, clients can accommodate consumer preferences, resulting in accelerated payments and revenue, according to a news release announcing the acquisition.
RevSpring's core service offerings include data hygiene and analytics, secure document creation and delivery, multi-channel communications, electronic billing and archival services and online payment tools. The company facilitates more than one billion customer interactions annually and serves a broad customer base across the receivables management, health care, financial services, home services and other end-markets.
"BestBill’s location also expands RevSpring’s geographic presence in the growing western region. Our combined customers will benefit from the broader product line and the national geographic footprint,” says Tim Schriner, president and CEO of RevSpring.
Dan Haugland, BestBill founder and CEO, says, “BestBill and RevSpring share core values, similar business philosophies, and work culture. BestBill has brought to market exciting and innovative technology solutions that have helped companies overcome billing and payment collection hurdles. We are excited to see the marrying of our technology and ideas with RevSpring’s strategic vision and scale to produce an unbeatable solution for the account receivables management and healthcare markets.”
RevSpring’s headquarters are in Wixom, Mich. The company has offices in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Ohio and New York. Schriner was CEO of Dantom before the merger of companies, announced last month, created RevSpring.