3 Ways Waiting For Your Processor Is Slowing You Down

Money is the grease that keeps your business moving. Products, employees – keeping all those gears spinning is how your business gains and keeps its forward momentum. For cash transactions, making sure you get paid fast is easy, but what about your credit card processor?

Many merchant service providers can take days to turn your transactions around and get them into your bank. This can cause extra friction that may be slowing you down. Here are 3 ways hanging on to a slow processor is throwing a wrench in your business.

Inventory

The way you purchase products and materials for your business can save you money. Many vendors offer volume pricing or discounts for quick payments. If your card processor is holding your funds it can be difficult to take advantage of these offers. If you are missing out on these discounts your processor is costing you money.

Accounting

If you are waiting for money to come in so is your accountant. Slow transfers make for slow bookkeeping. That means waiting to produce important documents for banks & creditors. It also means your inventory turnover rate is longer, which can make you look like a bad investment. If your processor can’t keep up can you afford to wait for them?

Money availability from your processor

When you are waiting to be paid, so is everyone else. This can be solved by working with a processor who has next day funding. Even if you are not struggling now many businesses are one emergency purchase away from potentially being unable to make important payments on time. This is something no business can afford – your vendors and your employees expect to be paid on time, so should you.

All merchant services providers are not created equal. Many big-name processors can take more than half a week to turn over your funds. At BAMS, keeping your business moving is how we keep ours moving too. Your time is valuable, that is why we offer next day processing. Contact us now and lose your old processor, before everything grinds to a halt.