Announcing ReceivePay Secure Invoicing for
Microsoft Word from Priority Commerce
Small Business Owners Can Now Send and Receive Payment — All within Microsoft Word
February 02, 2010 07:03 AM Eastern Time
DENVER--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Priority Commerce today announces the launch of ReceivePay™
Secure Invoicing for Microsoft Word. The latest addition to the Secure Invoicing product family allows small
business owners to easily create professional invoices and add a secure, encrypted, payment link to any Microsoft
Word 2007 invoice, then email the invoice directly to customers for instant payment -- all within Microsoft Word.
“The process for sending and collecting an invoice is both costly and time consuming,” says Debra French,
ReceivePay Product Manager. “ReceivePay Secure Invoicing for Microsoft Word now enables the millions of small
businesses that use Microsoft Word 2007 to save valuable time and money by consolidating daily business activities,
reducing unpaid invoices and accelerating vital receivables that can make the critical difference for a growing
The ReceivePay Secure Invoicing service is built into the Microsoft Word Ribbon, making the creation, sending,
reconciliation, and management of invoices a seamless part of the familiar Microsoft Office workflow. Using the
integrated Word menu, ReceivePay Secure Invoicing sends an encrypted click-and-pay invoice to customers who
can then submit payment to the vendor through a secure payment website branded for each business.
Powered by an open commerce platform, the click-and-pay electronic invoice enables convenient payment options
for the customer including bankcard and ACH services from multiple processors. Vendors using ReceivePay Secure
Invoicing can define payment options for each invoice including; permitted tender types, discounts, tax rates, partial
payments and payment against outstanding balance.
ReceivePay Secure Invoicing for Microsoft Word features:
l Simple plug-in that installs directly in