Mercy Ships Chooses Payology Check Scanning for NPSP

Check21.com’s newest client, Mercy Ships, helps provide free life-saving surgeries for people where medical care is nearly non-existent. Mercy Ships chose Payology Check Scanning for NPSP to help automate their donation and accounts receivable processes. By choosing Payology Check Scanning with the NPSP extension, donations used to operate the ships and provide funds to its volunteers can be applied accordingly and seamlessly.

Wild at Heart Decreases Donor Processing Time with Payology Check Scanning for Salesforce

Wild at Heart, a Christian nonprofit organization, is now utilizing the Payology Check Scanning for NPSP (Salesforce) solution. Before using Payology Check Scanning for NPSP, Wild at Heart had been looking for an all-in-one native check scanning solution to unify their Accounts Receivable processes. Payology Check Scanning for NPSP not only allowed for the unification of processes but the streamlining of donation record creation.

The Assistance Fund Goes Live with Payology Check Scanning for Salesforce

Like many nonprofit organizations, The Assistance Fund is utilizing Salesforce NPSP. As part of their transition to Salesforce, the business team was seeking to automate all processes, including Accounts Receivable. To fulfill this requirement, The Assistance Fund reviewed the available solutions in the marketplace and chose Payology Check Scanning for NPSP to fulfill all of its requirements natively on-platform. The Assistance Fund is an independent charitable patient assistance organization that helps patients and families facing high out-of-pocket medical costs by providing financial assistance.

Nonprofit and Higher Education
Payology Check Scanning for Salesforce

Nonprofit organizations using Salesforce often use Payology Check Scanning to automate their Accounts Receivable process, while Higher Education organizations simplify their admissions and financial aid document processing by using Docusplit to manage documents received from students or other sources. Both solutions can be used in parallel to fulfill many business requirements.