How can online payments help your business?

How can online payments help your business?

Just as you’ve probably changed the way you do business; recently, consumers have also shifted the way they shop and pay for products and services. The digital era has changed how companies get paid as well as improved their cash flow. Online payments are now revolutionizing the market, and they are here to stay. But how are online payments helping businessess? Here are 7 ways accepting online payments can benefit your business.

  1. Save time

Posting an online payment form on your website or emailing a link to your clients is much quicker than manually printing invoices, stuffing envelopes, and dropping at the post office. Eliminating these tedious tasks frees up your time to tackle other revenue-generating responsibilities. 

  1. Reduce costs

By offering online payments, you reduce your costs for paper, supplies, and postage while minimizing your green footprint. Additionally, that’s less money out of your pocket to pay someone to perform the manual billing and invoicing.

  1. Improve cash flow

Clients can make payments any time of day, which means you receive your money faster rather than having to wait for checks to come in and clear the bank.

  1. Automate recurring payments

If you have regular clients, consider enrolling them in a recurring billing schedule. This “set it and forget it” program enables clients to pay on time, every time, without having to remember to login or re-enter payment details. Most times, schedules can be customized to meet the needs of both you and your client.

  1. Attract more clients

Giving your clients a convenient online way to pay is a sure-fire method to increase your client base. More than ever, most people don’t even carry cash and some millennials don’t even have a checkbook, let alone know how to write a check, but approximately 75% of consumers have a credit and/or debit card.

  1. Simplify reporting and reconciliation

Integrated payments in your event management software mean your transactions are all in one place, reporting becomes centralized, and reconciling becomes fast and simple. This makes bookkeeping a breeze.

  1. Offer secure payments

If you manually collect customer payment information and store in your system, you’re putting your business in danger. This can result in hefty fees and losses if your system is breached. With an online payment form, sensitive payment information is typically stored by a third-party processor, minimizing your liability risk.

With a quick click of a button on their desktop, or a tap on their mobile phone or tablet, your clients can pay you quicker and more efficiently, and you can spend less time tracking down payments and more on your next big event.

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