Honor announced at Collection Advisor Magazine’s Tech ’07 conference in Las Vegas, NV

PaySimple, an industry-leading provider of payment management solutions for businesses, is pleased to announce its acceptance of the ‘Top 100 Collection Technology Products’ award from Collection Advisor, a leading publication for the credit and collection technology industry. The announcement was made during the Reader’s Choice Awards Reception on November 8th. This is the third year the magazine bestowed an honor of this kind on products and services in the collection industry.

The ‘Top 100’ were chosen based on their coverage in the magazine, the performance of their software and systems, and nominations from the field. The comprehensive list will be featured in the magazine’s January/February 2008 issue.

“All of the companies honored in the ‘Top 100 Collection Technology Products’ represent the best of the best in the collection software and service marketplace,” says Editor T. Allen Rose. “On behalf of the magazine, we are very pleased to bestow this honor on these very worthy companies.”

“We are excited and honored to receive this award in recognition for our efforts in the collection industry,” said Jeff Gardner, President of PaySimple. “Through technology innovation and integration, PaySimple continues to improve the efficiency and cost-effectiveness for collection service providers and agencies. On behalf of PaySimple, I would like to thank Collection Advisor for this award and also thank our team for their hard work to make PaySimple an industry-leading provider of collection solutions.”

Customers using Q-Law are enabled to use the features of the practice management software-case upload, court docket management, credit bureau reporting, multiple debt/debtor case handling, and automated invoicing-and also process payments through PaySimple directly from the software interface. PaySimple provides ACH, credit card, and electronic check processing, as well as check conversion, recurring billing, and online payment functionality.