Avidia Bank deploys linked2pay’s Bank Centric Payments™ platform

US-based Avidia Bank has collaborated with linked2pay for the deployment of Bank Centric Payments platform, Avidia Pay, in a bid to provide better services for their customers.

The platform includes tools and access layers that allow the bank to provide feature-packed payment (card and ACH) solutions to other banks, associations, and ISOs and merchants (SMB and enterprise).

Avidia Bank president and CEO Mark Connell said: "With Avidia Pay, we offer innovative solutions that are ideal for organizations looking to instantly improve their payment acceptance.

"And at the same time we empower our ISO partner network by giving them better merchant solutions from end-to-end."

The platform's administration tools comprise registration approval, risk management, limit controls, and termination, which can be managed by the bank and approved partners through an intuitive interface.

In addition, the platform features a full library of APIs, offering the bank and associated partners with building block approach when providing payment process automation.

Based in Hudson of Massachusetts, Avidia is a $1.2bn bank that provides services to businesses, families and individuals through online access and full-service branches.

The linked2pay, which is a provider of ACH and credit card payment solutions, offers payment processing solutions for clients, banks and channel partners.

The firm introduced its first On-Demand check processing platform in 2002.

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