Montonio x Merit Aktiva

Transform your payment process with Montonio and Merit Tarkvara - offering a secure and efficient way for customers to pay invoices.

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Written by Laura from Montonio
Updated over a week ago

We are excited to announce that in cooperation with Merit Tarkvara and Montonio, we have created a new opportunity for you to improve your payment process. With this collaboration, you can add a unique payment link to each outgoing invoice in Merit Aktiva, allowing your customers to pay invoices quickly and conveniently.


How does it work?

With the marked payment link, your customers can pay invoices directly from their Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Finnish, or Polish banks to your company's account.

When a payment is made through the link, the necessary payment information is sent to the selected bank and the payment order is prepared automatically. From there, your customer simply needs to confirm the payment, and the money will be transferred directly to your company's account.

Benefits of the Service:

By using this service, you can expect to see a significant improvement in your payment process.

On average, you can expect to:

• Reduce the number of days spent paying invoices by approximately 50%

• Increase the number of customers paying on the same day by almost 10%

• Decrease the number of overdue payments by approximately 14%

Getting Started:

To start using this service, you will need to follow these simple steps:

• Register as a client of Montonio. You can do so by clicking here.

• Montonio will activate your account and issue the necessary API keys.

• Set up Merit Aktiva according to the instructions provided here. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us or Merit Aktiva support.

☝️If you're already using Montonio, there's no need to register again. You can use your existing API keys.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us or Merit Aktiva Support. We are always here to help you.

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