SOURCE: Billhighway


September 13, 2010 05:00 ET

Billhighway and Delta Phi Epsilon Form Partnership

Women's Fraternity Raises the Bar in Finance and Accounting Management

TROY, MI--(Marketwire - September 13, 2010) -  Delta Phi Epsilon Fraternity (DΦE) has chosen Billhighway as its web-based Financial Performance Optimization partner. With this formalized partnership, Delta Phi Epsilon will bring all of its 75 chapters onto Billhighway's system for fall 2010. Delta Phi Epsilon will use Billhighway's Global product to manage general ledger accounting, membership management, cash management and to track overall chapter finances.

"Partnering with Billhighway on a global level will enhance our members' experiences offering a variety of ways to pay as well as creating a better experience for our chapter leaders that is more current and in-line with today's business practices," says Delta Phi Epsilon Executive Director Nicole DeFeo. "We are excited about the possibilities."

"Delta Phi Epsilon is a model organization to take advantage of what Billhighway has to offer," says Aaron Schmid, VP of Product Development at Billhighway. "They expressed the importance of leveraging the collective power of their organization and we're looking forward to partnering with DPhiE to facilitate the accomplishment of their goal."

Founded on March 17, 1917 at New York University Law School, Delta Phi Epsilon honors their core values of developing young women in the areas of sisterhood, scholarship, service, social and self. The Delta Phi Epsilon Headquarters is located in Philadelphia and has over 4,500 collegiate members. For more information, visit

Billhighway is the leader in Financial Performance Optimization for membership-based groups, providing the web-based system that helps organizations enjoy improved financial health, operate more efficiently, and reduce the risk of fraud. The company's proprietary, all-in-one system comprehensively manages group finances and accounting -- offering a powerful combination that helps enable organizations to spend more time advancing their mission rather than managing finances. This improved operational efficiency and financial performance can be achieved in organizations of nearly any size and type, including professional associations, community-based organizations, athletic leagues, and Greek organizations.

Since forming in 1999, Billhighway has processed $3.4 billion in transactions for thousands of membership-based organizations.

To learn more about Billhighway, visit or call 1.866.BILLHWY.

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