Direct Debit Case Studies - Eazipay Commercial Direct Debit Bureau
 

Eazipay supports us every step of the way

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.

consistent care giving is the key

Home Instead Senior Care, South East Northumberland, provides high quality home care services to older people in Morpeth, Ponteland, Blyth, Ashington, Cramlington, Wideopen and surrounding areas.

Director, Guy Kirk, spent 23 years in social services before becoming a Home Instead Senior Care owner in April 2017. He says the level of care he receives from Eazipay is similar to the level he supplies to his own clients.

I want Eazipay to be an integral part of how we grow our business

Based in Cambridge, Appago Apps, design and develop mobile apps for all types of businesses from taxi companies to restaurants to personal trainers and even recording artists.

Account Director, Ash Mason, says that using Eazipay helps to reduce costs and stress.

“When Appago was launched over a year ago, we wanted to find a way to do without credit control. Like any new business we needed to keep outgoings to a minimum, and cash flow was and still is paramount, chasing overdue payments, while clearly necessary, is either expensive if you get someone else to do it, or gives you less time to do what you're good at if you take on the task yourself.

Kudos Drinks strikes gold with Eazipay

Established in 2013, but headed by a team with over 50 years experience in licensed trade distribution, Kudos Drinks is one of the North West's leading drinks wholesalers.

From its depot in Glossop, Kudos Drinks supplies beers, wines, spirits, soft drinks, snacks, sundries and cleaning materials to everyone from town and village pubs to five star hotels and glossy restaurants.

Eazipay offers 4tel Communications remote control

4tel Communications (4tel) specialises in the supply of inbound telephony services to businesses. Based in Cornwall, it has around three thousand active clients. These are mostly small and medium sized companies but also include charities and public sector bodies.

“We’ve never actually met up with anyone from Eazipay," says Steven Groom, Managing Director of 4tel Communications.

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