AccessPay and Anthesis Form New Partnership

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AccessPay are proud to announce a new partnership with Anthesis, experts in ERP software, consultancy, and managed services.

Effective immediately, the partnership speaks to the continuing growth of both businesses and the ongoing relevance of workflow modernisation through ERP systems and banking automation.


What Does the Partnership Mean for Clients, Both New and Old?

Through AccessPay’s industry-leading automation services, Anthesis customers will have their manual processes slashed, allowing them to spend more time on mission-critical, value-added activities – and granting them a much stronger business solution with their global banking providers.

From payment collection and transmission through to bank reconciliation, our partnership with Anthesis enables us to deliver a world-class service and vastly increased confidence to CFOs and senior figures throughout finance and treasury teams.


Word From AccessPay and Anthesis on Their Partnership

Both firms have recognised the value of their new joint efforts, expressing fervour about the opportunities it presents.

“AccessPay is delighted to formally announce our Partnership with Anthesis,” says the Manchester team’s Head of Partner Channel, Nick Fletcher.

“We are the fastest growing FinTech outside of London, so for us to be able to announce working with such a high profile and successful IFS Partner in Anthesis is fantastic news. We can’t wait to get started.”

Likewise, Tom Constantine, who is the Joint Managing Director at Anthesis, expressed similar enthusiasm.

“Anthesis is delighted to help increase the value that our customers can leverage from their Enterprise Applications through AccessPay.

AccessPay integrates with ERP systems to simplify global payments giving real time, secure connections with thousands of banks worldwide. This gives our customers access to banking integrations which are not only functionally richer, but also easier to implement and manage.”


Learn More About AccessPay and Anthesis

AccessPay offer a platform predicated on payment, collection, and treasury process automation, providing a secure digital connection to over 16,000 banks and payment schemes worldwide.

Used by thousands of companies, the integrated solution – available in addition to a lauded Cash Management solution – connects any back-office system to your banking estate making your finance function a more efficient, more secure end-to-end operation.

Anthesis is a fast growing UK based services company that sells, implements and supports ERP software to its global customer base.

It provides technical and functional consultancy together with 24/7 Support and Managed Services designed to help reduce clients total cost of ownership and maximise the value from their systems.


Anthesis x AccessPay Webinar

To kick off the partnership, Anthesis are hosting a FREE webinar with AccessPay: How the use of a payment platform reduces the cost, risk and complexity of Financial Payments and IFS Applications.

The webinar goes live on Tuesday the 7th of December, at 10AM GMT. To find out more and register, click here:

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