Bank of Hawaii has selected DirectBiller electronic bill presentment and payment solution from Aliaswire for its cash management services business clients.

The Honolulu-based financial services company plans to use DirectBiller to enable business clients of all sizes to present bills online and collect electronic payments using a hosted platform that provides customer flexibility while meeting the standards for information security.

Businesses can choose from an array of configurations, receive reports and offer multiple options for accessing and paying bills, including web, voice or agent.

Coleen Shoji, senior vice president of cash management services at Bank of Hawaii, said: “By integrating Aliaswire’s DirectBiller solution with our ACH and Merchant Services platforms, we have created a unique solution for various clients that our bank serves. After a comprehensive review of service providers, we found Aliaswire’s DirectBiller uniquely enables a set of presentment and payment features, yet has very fast deployment times.

“DirectBiller offers tools our staff can use to get billers up and running in days, without having to do any integration or programming, yet we can configure each biller with the features and user experience the business requires.”

Hoss Mohsenzadeh, CEO of Aliaswire, said: “We are excited to add Bank of Hawaii as a DirectBiller Reseller and Channel Partner. DirectBiller provides the fastest implementation in the marketplace today, so billers of all sizes quickly reap the benefits of improved customer service, efficient payment processing, and rapid adoption.”

Bank of Hawaii is a regional financial services company serving businesses, consumers and governments in Hawaii, American Samoa, and the West Pacific.

Cambridge, Massachusetts-based Aliaswire operates payment services platform to deliver payment solutions to the personal electronic payments, commercial electronic payments and underbanked electronic payments segments through its mPay, PayVox and DirectBiller solutions.