Blackbaud released Blackbaud MobilePay on Wednesday to allow U.S. nonprofits using its merchant services to accept mobile credit and debit card payments.
“Blackbaud MobilePay enables nonprofits to easily accept mobile credit card payments out in the field and during special events, while also improving the efficiency of processing, reporting and receipting,” Steve Klein, Blackbaud’s head of payment services, said. “And, with Blackbaud’s low processing fee and ease of built-in reconciliation, nonprofits can allocate more of their time and savings directly to their mission.”
MobilePay is available in the Apple App Store and Android Play Store. Clients receive up to two complimentary MobilePay card readers.
Users simply enter the amount and payee’s email once logged into the app, then swipe the card and obtain a signature. A personalized receipt is emailed after every transaction, and the funds are disbursed with other transactions processed through Blackbaud.
Users also receive Blackbaud’s OneRATE for all major credit cards, with no extra fees or setup costs. All card types are deposited at the same time with a complete list of transactions, and no scans or audits are required.
Blackbaud works with more than 28,000 nonprofit and education customers in more than 60 countries, including those that support education, healthcare, human services, arts and culture, faith, the environment and animal welfare.