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William Birch & Sons - Payapps Customer

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We are delighted to welcome William Birch & Sons Limited as a new customer, the latest contractor to choose Payapps to streamline the processing of received applications for payment.

‍As one of the region’s longest established family-owned construction companies, William Birch have a reputation for quality construction and heritage skills. The business was founded in York in 1874, building and restoring many of the city’s high profile properties, such as the York Mansion House, York Theatre Royal and the York Explore Library.

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The Birch family remain an active part of the business today, now supported and directed by a team of highly skilled craftsmen and business leaders to offer a full construction and refurbishment service to all parts of the Yorkshire region and beyond. In fact we’d like to congratulate the team on recently securing a place on the national Fusion21 Decarbonisation framework to decarbonise public buildings in the region, in addition to places on Yorbuild3 and Pagabo Medium Works 23; well done William Birch, we’re really pleased to be working with you.

Regarding the business’ decision to modernise their supply chain payment process, Ben Thomson, Commercial Director at William Birch, says, “Introducing Payapps will immediately reduce duplication and time associated with the administration of applications for payment, as well as minimise any risk of us missing applications or missing payment deadlines. We’ve been looking to improve visibility for our senior managers while making the approval process simpler, and I was attracted by how straightforward the set-up of Payapps is. I’ve also been impressed with how pro-active and amenable the team have already been, which is great given my time constraints.”

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