Two payments companies specializing in serving software application providers announced integrations.
First, Pars Consulting Inc. completed the integration of LawPay, a payment service for law practices, for Curo365, a legal-practice software.
Redmond, Wash.-based Pars said the LawPay integration with Curo365 will increase clients for both. “There were lots of payment options we could have built an integration with, but we went with LawPay … because our clients were asking for it,” Ardavan Gurg, founder of Pars Consulting, said in a statement.
LawPay is a unit of Austin, Texas-based AffiniPay, which also provides accounting- and association-focused payment services.
In related news, Repay Holdings Corp.’s gateway was added as a payment option for users of Nortridge Software LLC, which develops applications for the lending and loan-services industries.
Repay’s inclusion as an option for the Nortridge Loan System application means users can select the best gateway for their needs, says Foothill Ranch, Calif.-based Nortridge.
“The integration between the two systems should make the payment collection and reconciliation processes easy and seamless, ultimately creating a better experience for our customers and their borrowers,” Susan Perlmutter, Repay chief revenue officer, says in a statement. Repay is based in Atlanta.