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AP Technology’s Checkrun Enables QuickBooks Online Users to Approve and Sign Check Payments from Their Mobile Devices

AP Technology's Checkrun Enables QuickBooks Online Users to Approve and Sign Check Payments from Their Mobile Devices

Anytime-Anywhere Check Approval and Signing, Biometric Security, On-Check QR Code, Robust Workflows, Multiple Accounts and No-Touch Print and Mail Service Among Features

Payments pioneer AP Technology introduced Checkrun, the company’s new mobile /cloud check approval and signing platform that modernizes checks for QuickBooks® Online users.

Checkrun™ extends QuickBooks Online (“QBO”) through an API. No double entry of data is required and payments are made directly from business accounts, so no prefunding is required. Users can review, approve and print bank-quality checks in minutes from anywhere. Checkrun checks can be printed and mailed automatically or printed in company offices.

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“The same technology that we use to protect, process and manage million-dollar payments for some of the largest banks in America is also used to power Checkrun,” said Richard Love, CEO at AP Technology. “CheckRun was built with accountants and bookkeepers in mind and has features influenced by our clients, like images of printed checks being stored back into QBO.”

One of the most-anticipated Checkrun features is the ability to approve and sign checks from the Checkrun mobile app that is available to Android and iPhone users. “No more chasing-down clients for signatures. Check approvals and digital signatures can be gathered anytime, anywhere—right from your mobile phone,” said AP Technology’s VP of Cloud Services, Julie Fennell.

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AP Technology is a Carlsbad, California-based company that creates software payment systems for banks and businesses of all sizes. They are on pace to process approximately $80 billion in payments for their customers this year.

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