Neonomics x Link Mobility

July 12, 2022
2 minutes

Customers can pay directly on mobile by bank transfer and schedule payments

Mobile Invoice already has several different payment methods to make it easier for the end customer. The customer can pay by card, bank transfer or Vipps. The advantage of scheduled payments is that the customer can handle the invoice right away, but that the payment takes place at a later time. In this way, the risk of the invoice being forgotten and paid after the due date is reduced.  

With a mobile invoice you can

  • Send out invoices and reminders directly to the customer’s mobile phone
  • Get faster payment
  • Distribute automatically from your existing system or send out manually when the customer contacts your customer support
  • Offers several different payment methods (bank payment, card payment and Vipps)
  • Let the customer decide when the money will be withdrawn.

Simplify the payment process for your customers

With Neonomics Payments service, it is now possible to let the customer plan a payment. With a few simple steps, the customer can choose the bank, the account, and the date, and confirm everything with a BankID. Say goodbye to late payments and dissatisfied customers!

Case: Link Mobility x Neonomics

Check out Optimizing SMS Invoicing with Account-to-Account Payments, to learn more about our partnership with LINK Mobility and try a demo of our implementation in Mobile Invoice.

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Neonomics AS is licensed as a Payment Institution (PI), Payment Initiation Service Provider (PISP) and Account Information Service Provider (AISP), issued by the Norwegian Financial Supervisory Authority (Finanstilsynet) passported across the EU.