Texada Pay powered by Ezidebit to streamline payments for equipment and machinery hire and rental industry
Payments solution provider Ezidebit, and Texada, a rental and asset management software provider, today announced the launch of Texada Pay, designed to drive payment efficiencies for companies across the equipment, machinery and scaffolding hire and rental sectors in Australia and New Zealand.
Texada Pay, powered by Ezidebit, enables companies to streamline processes, reduce administration costs and improve cash flow by integrating payments via EFTPOS (card terminals), Real Time and Direct Debit recurring payments via the Texada software system.
By offering multiple ways for customers to pay – either in person or online – Texada Pay will greatly enhance the overall experience by allowing customers to pay the way they want.
The partnership, and subsequent all-in-one payments solution, marks an advancement for the hire and rental sector, which traditionally has had a low adoption of digital payments.
Mark Healy, Managing Director of Ezidebit Australia and New Zealand said the additional payment options and payment integration into the Texada software will create efficiencies and improve cash flow for businesses.
“Businesses in the hire and rental sector can now receive automated payments from their customers, and spend less time in reconciling payments and chasing outstanding accounts.”
Texada General Manager Asia Pacific Glenn Schwede said they were delighted to introduce Texada Pay to deliver added value via a seamless payments solution for their customers.
“Texada Pay allows for effortless payment transactions; payment processing will be faster, more accurate, and easier than ever,” Mr Schwede said.
Texada SRM (Systematic Rental Management) is a complete rental management software platform that has been helping hire and rental businesses manage their operations since 1984.
Texada has previously partnered with Ezidebit’s parent company Global Payments through Global Payments Integrated to launch Texada Pay in the United States and Canada in 2019.