Welcome to the latest Debitsuccess update with information on the range of clients we work with, a spotlight on data security and a profile on how recurring solutions can work with car registrations – yes, car registrations!
Our newly designed Debitsuccess Client Login secure portal is now live with improved features and increased security – all designed to make your life easier so we hope you’re enjoying the enhanced functionality.
We’re also busy with 25 expos and exhibitions lined up this year around the country. These are across a raft of industries including fitness and education, and include a number of speaking opportunities.
Education, Insurance, Fitness and everything in between
We’re finding recurring payment solutions models are becoming increasingly popular with various organisations, including sports teams memberships, ticketing, education/child care, swim schools, insurance providers and health care.
And the beauty of it is that payment solutions are scalable so can be used by small and medium sized businesses through to large companies – basically anywhere customers have the ability to pay for goods and services via a regular, frequent instalment plan, rather than a large lump sum.
Find out how this is working for Australian-owned and operated Laybyland.
Flexibility and frequency key to car registration plan
A recent announcement by the Queensland Government will see Queenslanders able to pay their car registration under a new direct debit scheme. At Debitsuccess, we believe flexibility and frequency will be the key to the program’s success.
There’s no doubt today’s world is becoming increasingly online; that’s why data security is a hot topic. Our Head of Compliance Brian Garrity highlights three critical aspects of data security – communication, commitment and compliance.
New Account Manager – welcome Carolyn
Born and bred in Melbourne, our new Account Manager Carolyn Menart brings significant management experience to the role. She has worked in management across the tourism, fitness and beauty industries also working as a personal trainer on-board cruise ships sailing round the Bahamas.
Carolyn was a netballer until she was forced into early retirement this year with a knee reconstruction. Keen on the outdoors, Carolyn enjoys water skiing, sky diving and car racing – basically anything that gets her blood pumping!