While COVID-19 has created havoc on society, this change can contribute to positive opportunities in the way we do business within an enterprise moving forward.
Rapid Collect can assist SME's and Enterprises with their collection and payment solutions digitally. Our integrated web based systems will streamline your revenue stream by processing debit orders from our secure system.
RapidCollect is a financial and credit management solutions provider that increases collection rates and streamlines business transactions through our web-based interface. Our payment services allows you to manage all of your financial and non-financial transactions with all the major banks in South Africa.
Rapid Collect is a registered TPPP (Third Party Payments Provider) with the Payments Association of South Africa (PASA), offering the following collection/payment services
EFT Debit Orders;
Reasons to work with Rapid Collect:
Savings on EFT payments, Debit orders and Account verification Transaction Costs.
Automatic Collection Processes with the introduction of our digiMandate.
Seamless Integration with our FTP and API solutions.
Improve the efficiency of your debt collection services.
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