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Ontario Systems Announces Rebrand and Name Change to Finvi

Ontario Systems Announces Rebrand and Name Change to Finvi

New brand supports the company’s strategy to deliver intelligent workflow solutions with a fintech mindset

Ontario Systems, a leading provider of enterprise workflow automation software built to accelerate revenue recovery and remove friction from the payments process for clients in the accounts receivable management (ARM), healthcare, and government markets announced the company will change its name to Finvi (pronounced fin · vī) and update its corporate logo.

With a commitment to transforming the accounts receivable payments journey, the announcement follows a series of acquisitions and partnerships to enhance workflow and payment processes for both consumers as well as organizations.

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“We believe that our name change reflects a unique opportunity to build brand awareness around our solutions and competitive offerings,” said Tim O’Brien, CEO of Finvi. “Since my arrival, we have integrated a number of acquisitions, refreshed our product roadmaps to better represent the voice of our customer, and worked diligently to become a product-led organization. Throughout that journey, the Finvi brand emerged as a true symbol of those efforts and we’re ecstatic to see it come to life in the market.”

For over forty years, Ontario, now Finvi, has been the receivables industry’s most dependable collection platform. Executing upon a series of strategic growth opportunities throughout 2020 and 2021, it most recently expanded its substantial collections workflow footprint into the $2.5B+ first-party collections market segment – making it one of the few technology companies to serve both first- and third-party collections at scale across multiple verticals.

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“Across markets, organizations with outstanding receivables of all types are looking for a partner that anticipates their needs and drives business results,” continued O’Brien. “We look forward to continuing to serve these markets with the same level of dedication and diligence that we always have, but with a refreshed vision under the Finvi banner.”

With an eye towards driving increased payments for its customers, Finvi prioritizes a human-centric platform that balances consumer preferences and business needs throughout the repayment journey. Moving forward, Finvi will continue to deploy intelligent approaches that expand upon the value brought to customers with cutting-edge solutions grounded in deep industry expertise.

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