Streamline your business’ finances to save time and money.

As a business owner, every minute of your day has value. Through automation and available banking services, you can easily streamline your finances, saving you both time and money.

SELECT A GOOD ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE

As a small business owner, think of your accounting software as the backbone of your business operations. As your business grows and your finances become more complex, the right accounting software can help automate your day-to-day operations including integrating with many other finance channels such as your business banking account(s), point-of-sale system (POS), customer relationship management platform (CRM) and pay-roll system.

Before selecting an accounting platform, consider these questions, as they can help you narrow down the best accounting platform for your business.

1. How much are you willing to pay?
2. Who will be using the accounting software?
3. What features do you require the software to perform?

AUTOMATE ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLES

If your business receives a high volume of customer payments, lockbox processing can streamline and automate the management of receivables. With this service, customer payments are directed and received by an outsourced collections party, who process the payments, both electronic and paper remittances. The funds are then deposited directly into your banking account. Lockbox solutions can save your company time and money, while also increasing your staff’s productivity by automating a manual process.

If your business receives a small volume of customer payments, remote business deposit can help streamline the deposit of customer checks. Simply process the checks through the RBD machine and upload the transmitted file to your online banking account. This can be completed in minutes from the comfort of your office, eliminating trips to the bank.

STREAMLINE ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

For Staff Expenses: Instead of processing payments for a surplus of staff expenses (many under $100), consider getting a purchase card for select employees and/or departments. A purchase card allows you to manage purchasing and business travel expenses and streamline payment of these expenses into one invoice.

For Customer Payments: By using a point-of-sale system (POS), you can easily accept customer payments and integrate payment transactions into your accounting platform. Many POS have now evolved into a customer relationship management platform as well, tracking customer loyalty and rewards and customer purchase behavior insights; in addition to easily tracking inventory.


The opinions voiced in this material are for general information only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual.