Celebrating 5 successful years, Payment Source is reminding attendees about the importance of financial inclusion within the payment ecosystem at the 2019 Payments Canada Summit.
Speaking at this year’s conference with Kathleen Butler, Director, Horizontal Programs Division from the Canada Revenue Agency, Robert Hyde, President, Payment Source says, "Reducing costly cheque volumes while also providing Canadians with financially inclusive solutions is a problem that every governmental body faces. We know that by providing greater choice, such as a credit card and e-Transfer for online payments, or in-person cash and debit options, governments can become more responsive and digital."
Their session on Modernizing Government Payments will focus on the importance of choice and how it has proven to be an effective strategy that both reduces cost and ensures that no Canadian is left behind.
Through a combination of online payment solutions and 15,000 retailers, Payment Source offers their partners unparalleled access into even the most hard to reach remote communities. Throughout Canada, there are communities who do not have easy access to financial institutions. This makes paying for financial and governmental services extremely challenging as the nearest bank may be hours away from a primary residence.
Over the past 5 years, Payment Source has developed an ecosystem of payment methods and government billers that provides Canadians with more choice and convenience. Our newest brand, PaySimply lets individuals and businesses pay taxes and other government services online or in-person at locations across Canada.
Payments Canada Summit attendees can learn more about Payment Source by visiting booth 6 at the conference. Learn more about PaySimply at www.paysimply.ca.
About Payment Source Inc.
Recognized as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for two years in a row, Payment Source empowers inclusion by providing alternative payment solutions to organizations of all sizes to better serve their customers.
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