Sunnyvale, California – October 18th, 2018 – Checkbook today announces how digitizing checks and streamlining bill pay is helping its CPA, accountant and bookkeeping customers save time and money.
“Even before Quickbooks came on the scene, we pioneered the payment processing space and have been staying ahead of the accounting tech curve to make sure Accountants World is either creating the most efficient workflow management systems for accounting customers or is partnering with the best,” said Dr. Chandra Bhansali, co-founder and CEO of Accountants World. “In my opinion, Checkbook.io is the best digital check service to speed bill pay, ACH, AR and AP related workflows for our accounting customers. We have a designated project manager specifically to leverage all of the benefits of Checkbook.io, we’re committed to a future where no paper check or payment reconciliation will ever slow us down.”
“Payments is still one of the most antiquated and paper based workflow activities in modern business,” said Karim Ben-Jaafar, President and COO of Beanworks Solutions, Inc. “At Beanworks, we applaud Checkbook.io for digitizing and automating workflows, modernizing payment remittance and not accepting the status quo.”
“Star Trek’s transporter always fascinated me because it took away the stress, hassle, and effort when traveling,” said Hitendra Patil, one of 2018’s Top 100 Most Influential People in Accounting and author of ACCOUNTANEUR. “Checkbook.io is like the modern accounting transporter for beaming payments and as someone who has personally used Checkbook.io for the past three years, I highly recommend it to many accounting firms I come across that are looking for automation to save (and make) time and money.”
Checkbook is eliminating paper checks while increasing efficiency and security with Digital Check transactions. Based in Sunnyvale, CA, Checkbook was founded in 2015 by former VISA chief architect PJ Gupta and is funded by multiple VCs and individual investors including Tim Draper, Rocketship.vc., Angelist and Founders Fund.