Back in December, PaySimple announced its partnership with American Express OPEN(R) and the launch of AcceptPaySM, an online payment acceptance and invoicing solution for small businesses.  Since then, a variety of organizations, from law firms to dance schools to doctor’s offices, are finding that AcceptPay improves cash flow by accelerating the rate at which payments are collected.  AcceptPay merchants give their customers the ability to pay via credit card or ACH (eCheck) through click-to-pay invoices, web payment forms, and recurring schedules.  Check out this commercial for AcceptPay that will be airing this summer:

Also at the end of ‘09, PaySimple welcomed Matt Feierstein as Chief Operating Officer.  Matt is in charge of our operations, marketing, and product management teams.   He brings over thirteen years of experience in the online space, including nearly four years at, where he oversaw the company’s marketing, sales, and sales operations functions, and was responsible for the company’s revenue and acquisition goals.  Matt moved to Denver from New York in November, but is an avid Boston sports fan.

More recently, we announced the release of PaySimple 3.0, our latest software update.  Here’s a snapshot of some of its enhancements:

  • New interface with intuitive navigation
  • Enhanced reporting, plus a Dashboard for a quick view of key information (deposits, incoming payments, outstanding invoices, etc.)
  • Significantly enhanced and expanded click-to-pay electronic invoicing
  • New customer portal for customers to manage their own payments, invoices, and recurring schedules

Be it through personnel, partnerships, or technology, we’re constantly working to grow our company and our product offering.

Now that we’re caught up on the blog, stay tuned for future posts about PaySimple, the billing and payments space, and all things small business.

Matt Rushing

Matt Rushing

My name is Matt Rushing and I joined the PaySimple team at the beginning of 2010. In 8th grade, a career test forecasted that I would go on to become a cheese maker, but that has yet to come to fruition. Until it does, I assume I’ll continue my career in Marketing. Having lived in Colorado for 75 percent of my life, I think I’m as close as it gets to “native” status. When I’m not at work, I enjoy golf, skiing, writing and spectator-sporting. You can find him on

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