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AI North America Paytech Trending’s New Partnership Enables Flexible Online Payment Solutions Group, Inc., an on-demand hiring platform powered by more than 28,000 recruiters and AI and video hiring technology, announced that QuickFee joined its roster of partner companies, bringing flexible online payment solutions to the growing Marketplace.

The Marketplace provides its community of independent recruiters and partner companies with value-added services, such as low-cost healthcare for independent business owners, tech-forward marketing tools, background check services, co-working space, and more. And now, through QuickFee’s integrated online financing platform, the broader community has access to flexible-term and interest-free payment solutions.

“Small and independent recruiters and staffing firms need accessible and frictionless solutions to their cash flow needs,” said Evan Sohn, CEO, “Especially now, as the economy begins to build back and businesses start to think about scaling their operations and teams, having access to payment and financing options that do not impact cash flows is critical to this next phase of the great rehire. Practically speaking, QuickFee is a functional and reliable capital partner for’s community of over 800,000 recruiting and HR professionals.”

QuickFee also empowers recruiters to better address the financial needs of their clients – without compromising their cash flow. “As we navigate through and beyond the COVID environment, businesses and job seekers alike are rebuilding,” said Eric Lookhoff, President of QuickFee. “Through the Marketplace, QuickFee provides the essential resources needed to promote robust employment and a stronger post-COVID workforce.

“Payment convenience has become an integral part of connecting consumers and businesses, and a driving factor in just how much business is done. With QuickFee’s easy and flexible payment options, companies seeking quality job candidates on can accelerate the ROI which comes from hiring top talent while deferring the investment of doing so.”

By offering QuickFee’s secure payment and lending solutions, will give its recruiting business community of more than 28,000 small and independent recruiters a way to serve more clients and reduce collections issues simultaneously.

“This partnership addresses one of the most common pain points of the recruiter industry – billing issues and being forced to turn away new business due to lack of payment options,” said Richard Formoe, Chief Revenue Officer for QuickFee. “Every recruiter – large or small – can now be paid at the outset of the engagement while providing favourable billing options to their clients.”


  • Francis is a journalist and our lead LatAm correspondent, with a BA in Classical Civilization, he has a specialist interest in North and South America.

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