billserv.com Inc. announced that it has formed an alliance with BlueGill Technologies to offer professional services for certain companies seeking an electronic billing presentment and payment solution.
Under the terms of the agreement, billserv.com will be licensed to perform implementation services and install BlueGill’s EBPP software. billserv.com’s professional services staff will participate in BlueGill’s comprehensive product training in April.
Louis A. Hoch, president and chief operating officer of billserv.com, stated, “We are excited to team with BlueGill in the marketplace. Their product is an important addition to the product offering within our eConsulting group. We will utilize BlueGill’s EBPP software for our customers who either wish to maintain an in-house solution for EBPP or utilize eServ, billserv.com’s Internet billing clearinghouse service.”
Vinay Gupta, chief financial officer of BlueGill stated, “We at BlueGill are pleased to be a part of the solutions being offered by billserv.com and are confident that customers seeking an effective EBPP system will benefit from the combined expertise of billserv.com and BlueGill Technologies.”
About BlueGill Technologies
Founded in 1996, BlueGill Technologies (www.bluegill.com) is an international software development company with business solutions that enable companies to transform legacy systems into interactive web applications for managing customer relationships, services and transactions.
billserv.com is a consolidator in the Electronic Bill Presentment and Payment Industry. The Company has four product offerings: Internet billing clearinghouse services (eServ(SM)), ePublishing(SM), customer care services (eCare(SM)) and professional consulting services (eConsulting(SM)).
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