The University of Wolverhampton are the latest to benefit from the online payment integration solution, Talis Keystone - ePayments module. As a part of the University’s drive to promote excellence and innovation, its 23,000+ students are now able to pay their library charges online, using either debit or credit cards, enabling further efficiency savings for library staff and improving student services.
Although already adopted by many other institutions, this implementation was slightly different. The University of Wolverhampton chose to link directly from the university web page to the e-Payment provider. Students and staff can discover the amount that they owe to the library and can conveniently pay their fines and charges online. This seamless transaction from the university web page to the e-Payment provider is enabled using Talis Keystone to integrate the two systems and provide an enhanced service for students.
Today, over 20 Universities and Councils have dramatically improved their service delivery and staff workflows by implementing Talis Keystone. The University of Wolverhampton joins other recent adopters of the ePayments module including Birmingham City University, the University of Ulster and Queens University Belfast.
Focused on generating back-office efficiencies and transforming end-user services, Talis Keystone enables you to integrate library management systems with other systems such as portals, web sites, payment engines, finance and CRM systems.