How Infrastructure Improvements Enable Non-Profits to Focus on their Mission

Your mission is to change the world. We can make that a little easier.

For non-profits, every dollar counts. And when those dollars are spent on unnecessary operational expenses, it means less money for their mission. 

Non-profits struggle to put administrative needs at the forefront of their spending. However, when they embrace technologies, such as Paymerang’s Payment Automation and Invoice Automation solutions, the burden of signing checks, entering data, tracking payments, monitoring fraud attempts, and manual audits are eliminated, freeing up time and funds to focus on their mission.

Paymerang recently had the pleasure of transforming a global non-profit’s Accounts Payable (AP) department, saving them over 400 hours annually. The Aspen Institute, founded in 1949, drives change through dialogue, leadership, and action to help solve the most important challenges facing the United States and the world.

“I wish we would’ve chosen Paymerang sooner. We will never go back to the old way of doing things” said Becky Lewis, Director of Accounting & Treasury Unit at The Aspen Institute.

The Aspen Institute wanted to reduce the amount of paper in their AP process. Moving checks around the organization for signature and delivery was inefficient and they needed a paperless solution to address the business continuity requirements of remote work. Paymerang Payment Automation provided the Aspen Institute a completely paperless payment process while reducing costs, increasing efficiency, improving security, and reducing reconciliation time.

About Paymerang

Paymerang’s Payment Automation solution lets you move time and financial resources away from stamps, checks and envelopes into more vital parts of your organization. Simply give us your vendor file and we’ll upload them into our system with no extra work on your part—and we’ll do it all in 30 days or less. 

Best of all, by using virtual cards with cash back rewards, you could open a new line of revenue for your nonprofit that can make a big difference in helping you achieve your goals. 

Matthew Kirkpatrick

Matthew Kirkpatrick

Matthew Kirkpatrick is a Vice President of Business Development at Paymerang. Matthew is married with four kids and loves to travel with his wife Adrienne – Mexico and Florence are two of his favorite destinations so far. In his spare time, he likes to coach his kids, play golf and try foods from different cultures. As a former collegiate athlete and coach, he enjoys the transferable skills from the world of athletics to business. Matthew is passionate about Paymerang mainly because of two things – the company culture, which is diverse, inclusive and collaborative and the way he gets to save time and money for organizations so they can focus more on strategic projects.