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NatPay Celebrates 25th Anniversary

April 2016 marks the 25th anniversary for National Payment Corporation (NatPay), one of the largest ACH services provider in the nation. NatPay has grown from a small direct deposit service provider to a nationally-recognized leader in ACH distribution and document management solutions.

“We started in 1991 with a vision to provide ACH Direct Deposit services that banks could not provide to payroll professionals,” stated Steven Pereira, Vice President and General Manager. “As a customer-driven company, we have grown to offer a partner-like experience, and we are really very proud of that. We listen to our customers and provide the services that they need to grow their business. After 25 years, we continue to provide the best service at the best price – that no bank or service provider can match.”

An e-commerce pioneer, NatPay has always prided itself on its spirit of innovation, and boasts several significant achievements to its credit. NatPay launched the first ACH production website,, in October 1996, and was one of the first companies to have 100% electronic customer communication.

In 2000, NatPay expanded its service offerings and was first-to-market with online pay statements with This innovation provided customers a true paperless payroll experience for thousands employees nationwide.

This simple and effective system for displaying pay stubs online became the foundation for, a document management system that is customized for every client regardless of payroll package and is completely scalable to grow with the client’s needs. Since 2007, Doculivery provides online W-2s, 1099, 1095c and other tax forms, as well as onboarding and other document storage capabilities for companies.

“Our mission remains unchanged – to provide the best service possible and give our clients what they need to run their business,” stated Pereira. “Our formula for success has always been to deliver quality service and the best support. We are excited to see what the next 25 years will bring.”