Arcaria (it's Latin for treasurer) is a financial planning company. Formed seven years ago by Director, Martyn Woodland, the business aims to provide individuals, families and businesses with clear and understandable independent financial advice with totally transparent charging.
As Martyn explains, Eazipay helps give Arcaria a big company mentality.
Based in Derby, Koobr combines creativity with commercial insight to design, produce and implement successful brand communications. They specialise in branding, graphic design, website design and digital marketing.
In business for over 15 years, Koobr has recently completed its busiest ever quarter and taken on three new staff. As Director Craig Barker explains, Eazipay and Direct Debit have been integral to the firm's expansion.
Worthing based Will Power is in the business of making Will writing as painless as possible. And that includes paying for it.
Sharon Chapman, an administrator at the firm for a number of years, explains how Eazipay has helped customers spread the load.
The Judgement Index is the world’s original and best values based assessment tool. With over 40 years of research and 30 validation studies, the Judgement Index is the most scientific and mathematical assessment of its kind.
As Managing Director, Rob Coulthard, explains, it's a change of strategy and resultant rapid growth that has lead them to Eazipay's door.
Bluebird Care Greenwich is a leading home care and live in care agency, part of the fastest growing care franchise in the UK. It specialises in working with customers and their families that require social care in their own home, and offer a unique service of tailored care visits from 30 minutes to full live-in support.
The franchise began in 2012 and as Operations Manager, Ramaa Kalia, explains, Eazipay helped her to find her feet with Direct Debit.
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