HERNDON, Va.,Oct. 18, 2016 – Nacha —The Electronic Payments Association®, the trustee and rule maker of the ACH Network, today announced Treasury Software as its Preferred Partner for ACH enablement and integration. The Preferred Partner Program identifies leading providers and innovators that work with Nacha to better advocate for and educate the industry on technology and best practices in support of the ACH Network and ACH payments.
Helping businesses and organizations of all sizes to more easily use the ACH Network is one of Nacha’s strategic initiatives aimed at increasing adoption of electronic payments. Treasury Software offers a variety of tools and resources to support enablement of ACH payments such as Same Day ACH and Direct Deposit via ACH, as well as tools that assist with ACH integration with QuickBooks.
“Nacha serves as a trusted and expert resource for payments industry education and solutions,” said Janet O. Estep, president and CEO of Nacha. “Through our Preferred Partner Program, we identify leading technology solution providers that exhibit demonstrated leadership and innovation in their offerings and business practices, and encourage the use of electronic payments, by financial institutions and end users.
“We are pleased to partner with Treasury Software as their solutions further expand access to the ACH Network by enabling government agencies, financial institutions, corporations and small- and mid-sized businesses to quickly and easily create and transmit ACH files,” Estep said.
Since 1999, Treasury Software has promoted use of the ACH Network for businesses of all sizes. The company provides software to help clients create ACH files. ACH Universal™ is installed at the client's location, enabling full integration and automation with popular packages such as QuickBooks, Excel and Microsoft SQL Server. In addition, ACH Universal can send email notifications to vendors containing detailed remittance information.
“We are excited to work with Nacha as a Preferred Partner to promote ACH payments growth through ACH enablement and integration tools,” said Glenn Fromer, CPA, Director of Treasury Software. “We believe that all businesses and organizations – regardless of size – should have access to the ACH Network, and we’re committed to making it easy by offering tools to create ACH files for Direct Deposit for employees, collections from customers, payments to vendors and government agencies, and a whole host of other use cases.”
Nacha is an active leader in advocating and creating best practices to increase adoption and use of ACH payments, streamline payments practices, improve data quality, and reduce costs with respect to payments processing. Nacha’s partnership with Treasury Software will facilitate increased access to the ACH Network by removing friction and increasing ease of use, helping to further Nacha’s strategic efforts.
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About Treasury Software
Founded by Certified Public Accountants in 1999, Treasury Software believes that all businesses - regardless of size - deserve to have access to the electronic banking network. Treasury Software designs and develops ACH Universal, software that enables users to create ACH files. Additional product lines include Positive Pay file creation and Bank Reconciliation solutions. Treasury Software is actively involved in the banking and ACH community, and participates in Federal Reserve Bank and Nacha work groups. Treasury Software is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, a QuickBooks Silver Developer and a Nacha Alliance Member. For more information or a free full working trial - including free phone support - please visit treasurysoftware.com. Follow the company on Twitter: @gotreasury.
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ORLANDO, Fla., May 6, 2019 – The Nacha Board of Directors has selected Jane E. Larimer as the next President and CEO of Nacha effective July 1, 2019. The Board thanks Janet O. Estep, Nacha’s current President and CEO for her successful 11 years of leadership of Nacha and within the payments industry, and welcomes her assistance in the transition before she retires at the end of 2019.