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Vigilan Offers PaySimple to Simplify Resident Billing and Collection
Date:5/27/2008

Assisted living communities save time and money accepting automatic

electronic payments direct from resident bank accounts

PORTLAND, Ore., May 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Vigilan announced today that it has added PaySimple, the leading provider of on-demand electronic payment solutions, as an option for its customers to help simplify resident billing and collection for assisted living, long-term care, and dementia care communities. Communities, large or small, can utilize PaySimple's easy-to-use Processing Center to electronically collect payments via eCheck/ACH or credit card, saving time and money with monthly billing and collection.

Working in conjunction with Vigilan's operational management suite, PaySimple 2.0 enables communities to create and customize recurring payment and disbursement schedules, resident invoices and invoice schedules, one-time transactions, and multiple customer profiles all at once-saving time and effort in one month as well as proceeding months.

"PaySimple was designed with the small business owner in mind so startup and use are straight forward" said Doug Fullaway, president and COO of Vigilan. "Our mission has always been 'We Make It Simple. You Make It Yours.' and that's exactly how PaySimple operates. With about 30 minutes of training, communities can customize the program for on-demand or automated billing and collection-increasing monthly cash flow."

PaySimple securely stores credit card or bank account information so residents or their families can manually authorize payments personally each month or approve a payment schedule-including setting automatic payments to coincide with Social Security payments.

"It's a win-win situation for both communities and their residents," said Eric Remer, CEO of PaySimple. "PaySimple is designed to streamline your invoice schedule with your resident's payment schedule and adhere to their payment preferences. In addition, residents and their families c
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