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PPI AG develops request-to-pay platform PAYCY with DZ BANK as strategic partner

With Request to Pay (RTP), invoices may be displayed at the online bank account and settled directly via an automatically generated payment notification in the future. DZ BANK relies on PPI AG's white-label platform PAYCY for the implementation.


With Request to Pay (RTP), invoices may be displayed at the online bank account and settled directly via an automatically generated payment notification in the future. DZ BANK relies on PPI AG's white-label platform PAYCY for the implementation.

DZ BANK and PPI AG are launching a joint initiative to revolutionise European payments. To achieve this, PPI AG is developing the request-to-pay platform PAYCY for the European financial industry. It enables a seamless link between invoicing and payment. DZ BANK will offer the RTP service to its customers and the cooperative banks and will not only be the first users, but will actively participate in the development and pilot it to market maturity. Payment requests can be created in real time from an invoice. The process is based on the Europe-wide RTP approach.

Reducing manual efforts

Corporate customers of banks can send and receive invoices in the simplest way in a format of their choice. Payment recipients are shown clearly which invoices have already been paid; for debtors, invoices are permanently visible in their online account. All invoice data management at PAYCY is carried out in accordance with the data and payment transaction guidelines of the euro area. Manual efforts in invoicing can be significantly reduced, while transparency and convenience of the payment can be considerably increased. PAYCY is an important milestone for the digital transformation and the efficient implementation of payments processes. For financial institutions, the new service offers the opportunity to become more prominent again in everyday payments and to offer additional services.

Digital simplification for corporate and private customers alike

The potential behind the PAYCY white-label platform is enormous – after all, over 32 billion bills are exchanged every year in Germany alone, 50 per cent of which are addressed to private customers. Both corporate and private customers will benefit from digital simplification, and applications at the POS or in e-commerce are also planned. The European go-live is planned for 2023.

Offering completely new services

"Request to Pay builds the bridge between invoicing and payment and enables us as a bank to offer our customers completely new services," says Thomas Ullrich, the DZ BANK board member responsible for transaction banking. The PAYCY platform is open to all market participants and offers financial institutions clear advantages in terms of time-to-market and market penetration.

The future of payments solutions

"The bank-neutral PAYCY platform will change the payments industry. Many market participants are watching the current development very closely. Everyone agrees that Request to Pay represents a great opportunity for banks to establish new business centred around the account. What is missing are central and neutral infrastructure offers to keep investments manageable and to leverage synergies. With PAYCY, we are closing this gap," explains Dr Thorsten Völkel, CEO of PPI AG and responsible for its payments division.

About DZ BANK AG
DZ BANK AG Deutsche Zentral-Genossenschaftsbank, Frankfurt am Main, is majority-owned by those who work directly with it – the approximately 800 cooperative banks in Germany. As a central bank and central institution, its mandate is to support the business of the many independent cooperative banks in the regions and to strengthen their competitive position. The combination of local customer knowledge and central product expertise has proven to be highly effective. With almost 9 billion transactions in 2021, DZ BANK is the largest SEPA processor in Germany.

About PPI AG
PPI AG specialises in software products, consulting and services in payments and is the market leader for EBICS and FinTS solutions. PPI's TRAVIC suite product family offers the complete payments process chain for banks by a single-source provider – from the customer-to-bank interface through core processing of payments up to interbank communication. According to customer requirements, PPI provides the payments solutions on-premises or as a service with operation in the cloud. The consulting offers of PPI include both strategic and bank-technical consulting as well as IT consulting relating to payments. PPI advises customers on topics including cross-border and high-value payments, SEPA, instant payments, Request to Pay, cards and next generation payments. As a steadily growing, family-owned stock company, PPI AG has over 30 years of experience in the financial industry and today employs around 800 people – more than 250 of them in the field of payments. In addition to its headquarters in Hamburg, PPI has five other locations in Germany and three international branches in Switzerland, France and Italy.
https://www.ppi.de

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