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Fullbay advances payment process for heavy-duty repair industry

Repair shops can now accept and manage fleet checks and fleet cards, along with credit card and ACH transactions, without needing a separate solution

Phoenix—Fullbay, the turn-key platform that improves the operational efficiency of heavy-duty repair shops, has announced the release of an upgrade to its best-in-class payment processing by now accepting fleet checks and fleet cards. This upgrade is the latest improvement by Fullbay to its most complete integrated payment solution available in the heavy-duty service and repair market.

With this new product integration, repair shops using Fullbay Payments can now accept and manage fleet checks and fleet cards, along with credit card and ACH transactions, without needing a separate solution. This will help streamline the payment process for shops by making it easier to collect additional payment types from fleet customers and managing everything inside the Fullbay application. 

“This is an important development for the future of heavy-duty repair software,” said Patrick McKittrick, CEO, Fullbay. “Fullbay is constantly innovating to provide the best solution for commercial maintenance operations and this allows us to ensure fleet payment collection and processing is frictionless. We see this as a big win for Fullbay Payments customers and also for the evolution of the heavy-duty repair industry.”

Fullbay Payments accepts credit cards and ACH, plus WEX, EFS, T-cheks, Comdata, and U.S. Bank for fleet checks and fleet cards. The streamlined fleet payment process is included for free with a Fullbay subscription enrolled in Fullbay Payments and offers the following benefits:

  1. Safely and securely process credit cards and ACH powered by Fullbay Payments, along with fleet checks and fleet cards, powered by an integration with RoadSync 
  2. Get instant fund verification to eliminate chargebacks
  3. Manage transactions and payment history via an easy-to-use portal

For more information on Fullbay Payment’s Fleet Payments feature, click here.

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