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How Intelligent Statements Track Billing Performance Using Unique Access Codes
Written by Michael Wise
Another important characteristic of an Intelligent Statement is its ability to track information about its recipients that can then be used to improve customer experience and ROI. One method uses Unique Access Codes.
Unique Access Codes are auto-generated alphanumeric number sets that payers can use to reference their account when calling in, or enter instead of their account number when logging into a payment portal.
Another use for Unique Access Codes is to link a specific offer, like a “prompt pay code” to a specific statement.
Did you know that a QR code can not only send someone to your website, but it can also automatically enter login information like an account number or Unique Access Code?
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