In 2007, AcceptEmail entered the market as the digital substitute for paper bills. As the inventor of digital billing & payment via email, AcceptEmail expanded to being the market leader. In June 2017 we have changed our name to AcceptEasy. The new name better reflects our capabilities, which have evolved well beyond email. AcceptEasy lets companies offer their customers payments, mandates and verifications through all digital channels. Hundreds of companies across industries rely on AcceptEasy to transform billing & collections, streamline internal processes and optimize customer journeys.
With ten years of experience integrating and deploying our solutions in different environments, customers are assured of high-quality services. AcceptEasy’s market leadership results from the knowledge and dedication of our highly qualified staff. AcceptEasy is ISO certified and our SaaS-platform is reliable, secure and constantly monitored. Headquarters are in Amstelveen, The Netherlands with operations in the US, the UK, Germany, France, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland and Canada.
Peter Kwakernaak has been CEO of AcceptEasy since 2008. He is an experienced entrepreneur and has successfully established several companies in financial logistics, including NetEconomy (now Fiserv) and MaXware (now Clear2Pay). Peter is passionate about baseball and holds an MA in Corporate Economics from the Erasmus University in Rotterdam.
Melanie Barteaux joined the team in 2016, after a many years career at a leading Dutch bank. Her consulting experience spans research, strategy, product positioning and other initiatives that connect people in the payments ecosystem. Melanie is a member and frequent speaker of the Women in Payments® events held in Canada.
Geerten Oelering is a broadly-oriented technical/commercial jack-of-all-trades with a passion for making it easy for consumers to use new technologies. Before, Geerten worked in several management positions in technical, operation and product development for telecom, mobile applications and e-commerce. Geerten graduated as an engineer at the Delft University of Technology.