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KUBRA Adds PayPal to Digital Payment Options, Expanding Customer Choice

KUBRA Adds PayPal to Digital Payment Options, Expanding Customer Choice

KUBRA delivers on customer expectations with the addition of PayPal and Venmo as new payment options.

KUBRA, a leading provider of customer experience management solutions for some of the largest utility, government, and insurance organizations, continues to grow its extensive network of digital payments with PayPal. Customers of billers using KUBRA e-billing or on-demand payment platforms can now make secure and safe bill payments using any web browser or smartphone.

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The PayPal platform has more than 429 million active accounts globally, that enjoy being able to make safe and convenient payments. Expanding its digital payment options to include PayPal and Venmo allows existing and new KUBRA clients to offer their customers more convenient payment experiences, payment choice, flexibility, and speed when making bill payments.

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“The addition of PayPal and Venmo to our platform illustrates our continued devotion to providing customers with a frictionless way to pay their bills across KUBRA supported channels,” said Rick Watkin, President and CEO of KUBRA. “Our focus at KUBRA continues to be the preservation of the highest standards in digital payments.”

KUBRA provides customer experience management solutions to some of the largest utility and government entities across North America. Our portfolio includes billing and payments, mapping, mobile apps, proactive communications, and artificial intelligence solutions for customers. With more than 1.5 billion customer interactions annually, KUBRA services reach over 40% of households in the U.S. and Canada. KUBRA is an operating subsidiary of the Hearst Corporation

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