Billserv Introduces Marketing Product For EBPP Clients

March 2001
Bank Technology News;Mar2001, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p14
Trade Publication
Reports that Billserv.Com Inc. introduced the eInsert electronic bill marketing product for electronic bill presentment and payment customers in the United States. Range of services under the eInsert product; Key features of the eInsert product for online consumers.


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