Next-day funding is a merchant service some payment processors offer to trusted merchants. This waives the standard holds that generally hold up funds for as many as three business days on each and every batch. If you’re currently facing multi-day holds, you’re likely familiar with the frustration they can cause. Beyond frustration, there are serious costs associated with funding holds and moving to a merchant account with next-day funding has the potential to offer your business some significant financial benefits. The following represent just five of the many positive impacts next-day funds stand to have on your business, including improved cash flow, the ability to look further into the future, the satisfaction of knowing the money you’ve earned is working for you, and more. Continue reading “Next-Day Funds – A Key Merchant Service for Maximum Business Well-Being”
There are few things more satisfying than checking your numbers after a strong day of sales. But what is far less satisfying is having to wait days – often half a week or more – to enjoy the fruits of those sales due to annoyingly long hold periods imposed by your merchant services provider. That’s especially true if you don’t understand why it’s happening. The good news is, with a little bit of knowledge and the right business practices, the standard hold period – the delay between making a sale and actually getting your money – can be reduced or even eliminated.
Next-day funding is one of the most beneficial services a payment processing partner can offer to your business. The standard funding hold imposed by most merchant services providers can easily eat up two to three days between the time you make a sale and the time that money lands in your bank account. That’s valuable time, and by eliminating it, payment processors that offer next-day funding – like BAMS – make it clear that your company’s financial health is their top priority, even if it means assuming a little more risk on their end. In addition to the reaffirmation of your processing partner’s commitment to your company’s success, next-day funding also offers a number of significant benefits to your business – both tangible and intangible. The following represent just three of those benefits and make it clear why the availability of next-day funding should be an important box to check off whenever you shop for a new merchant services provider.
Running a successful business is hard work, so it’s understandable that merchants want to enjoy the fruits of their labor as quickly as possible. But standard practices in the payment industry often require merchants to wait days – in some cases almost an entire week – to gain access to their money. That delay has the potential to be hugely damaging, especially during tight times and uncertain economic circumstances like those we’re currently navigating in the wake of a worldwide pandemic. Luckily, not all merchant accounts are created equal, and some payment processors offer merchants a respite from long hold periods in the form of next-day funding.
Access to capital is one of the most pressing challenges for small businesses, especially during times of rapid growth. That makes the ability to find an affordable business loan and capital sources one of the keys to healthy growth and long-term success. But where can a small business go to get that much-needed capital in a pinch? Below we’ll look at three of the most popular options many businesses look to, and one that most small businesses rarely think about, despite the fact that it might be the best of all.
Strong positive cash flow is one of the single most important factors in maintaining a healthy business, and anything you can do to boost and protect it is worthwhile. BAMS has designed a number of solutions to help ensure our merchants always have the positive cash flow they need to keep operations running smoothly and growth increasing steadily. Those include financial solutions aimed at directly impacting cash flow, as well as technological solutions provided by the free access our merchants get to IRIS CRM – the leading customer resource management tool in the payments industry. The following are four of the top features BAMS offers to help you ensure healthy cash flow, representing just a few of the unmatched benefits of partnering with us.
Choosing a merchant services provider is a serious task and picking the wrong merchant account can result in headaches with integration, unnecessarily high fees, and delays in deposits reaching a merchant’s bank account. Merchants choosing between BAMS, Braintree, and QuickBooks Merchant Services – three of the most popular merchant services providers on the market – have a lot to think about, as each company provides highly capable and feature-rich offerings. However, there are some significant differences between the three, and this article aims to compare and contrast them in three key areas; pricing, support, and onboard features.
Not all merchant accounts are created equal, and from fees – to support – to hardware, and beyond, there are countless factors that determine which is the best for you and your business. One of the most important factors is fund availability – how prompt your payment processor is in depositing the funds from sales into your bank account. Funding speed can vary significantly from provider to provider, and when choosing a processor, businesses looking to ensure their financial health should always look for next-day funding.
BAMS is the industry leader in payment processing, trusted by thousands of merchants across the globe. That success is due to our full suite of features designed to help businesses like yours accept electronic payments with less fuss, and lower fees. BAMS has been designed from the ground up to provide all of the functionality needed by both our online and offline partners, and thanks to that client-focused design, 98% of our users report lower stress when working with BAMS merchant accounts. Here are just a few of the many features BAMS offers to our clients in both digital and brick-and-mortar sales.
Merchant services play a large role in your business. They help you collect revenue, but they also impact your expenses. Find the right company that doesn’t disrupt your cash flow.