Restaurant Distributor to Integrate RDC, AutoPay and Online Payment Solutions
Saladino’s Foodservice, an independent foodservice distributor in California, has selected ETran Integrated Receivables platform for Remote Deposit Capture (RDC), AutoPay, and Online Payment solutions. FTNI and Saladino’s are on pace to roll-out these new services in Q3.
Headquartered in Fresno, Calif., Saladino’s Foodservice provides foodservice solutions to restaurants throughout California, Arizona, Nevada and Oregon.
“…It’s important for us to look for opportunities to leverage new technology that not only delivers improved operational efficiencies for us internally, but also provides our customers with new capabilities that simplifies how they do business with Saladino’s,” said Craig Urrizola, CIO. “FTNI’s ETran platform does just that for our AR department. We now have the ability to consolidate and streamline our existing receivables processing, while also adding new, convenient payment options to our customers such as an online payment portal. Gaining the ability to manage virtually all of our receivables on single platform that also automates the cash application process makes this a very exciting and highly-valuable solution for our AR team.”
FTNI is a provider of integrated receivables solutions to the foodservice, beverage and janitorial & sanitation supply sectors.
Saladino’s will implement several ETran modules within its accounts receivables (AR) operations, including ETran’s advanced RDC module to modernize check processing operations; ETran AutoPay to simplify and automate the drafting of ACH payments based on customers’ unique payment terms; and ETran’s Fully-hosted Online Payment Portal, which features complete electronic invoice presentment and payment (EIPP) functionality to deliver restaurant customers with the ability to pay invoices online via ACH or credit card in accordance with their payment terms. Saladino’s will also leverage ETran’s straight-through processing capabilities to automate the posting of remittance information and associated transactional data into its back