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Bank digitally

Learn how online banking can make your business work for you, all while maintaining secure access to your finances.

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Digital banking services are convenient, fast and safe if your business is taking the necessary cybersecurity precautions. You can move money just in time and gather information about your sales and expenses when you need to make a quick decision. Digital banking means you can always be ready to do business.

  • Bank from anywhere using apps and online portals. When you're hustling to make your business work, you don’t always have time to go to the bank. Digital banking allows you to bank after hours, wherever you are.
  • Pay bills quickly and efficiently with automated payments. You have a million little details to keep track of. Autopay helps check at least one worry off your list.
  • Monitor your account with alerts and notifications. Catch a problem before it becomes a disaster, with alerts for suspicious activity on your account and balance alerts signaling you to shift money.
  • Get data on your customers, cash flow, and more. Many banks give you digital analysis tools that you can use to identify opportunities and develop new strategies.
  • Integrate banking with accounting and other software systems. Integrated finance and banking systems reduce the chance of manual errors and simplify financial management so that you can see a more accurate financial picture.
  • Use a credit card to manage cash flow and receive rewards. A credit card can help you keep your accounts balanced and stretch your dollars further.

Take your business online

The pandemic showed us all how important it is to have cash on hand. With an e-commerce platform, you can continue to make sales in future situations when your storefront might be closed. Even if you’re a professional services business, the ability to collect payments online is now a basic business requirement. When getting started with e-commerce, there are a few things to consider.

Where are your customers? A little market research can help you identify where your customers hang out online and what they're looking for, so you can more effectively market to them online.

What platform do you need? E-commerce platforms have exploded in recent years. Services such as Shopify® offer a complete online storefront, and with Amazon, you get listed on the largest retail platform in the U.S. Squarespace makes it easy to create a modern website and set up shop. WordPress and other platforms offer e-commerce plug-ins or modules that you can add to your existing site. Email marketing platforms like Mailchimp® now make it easy to target customers with promotions and make sales on their landing pages. And banks are now working with e-commerce companies to streamline your entry into the world of online sales.

How will you take payments? Your merchant services provider may already offer a solution. If not, there are many online payment processors to choose from. Consider whether the services are flexible, how competitive and transparent the rates are, whether it’s easy to run transaction reports and how well you can integrate your payment process with your accounting systems.

How will you list your products or services? Good images and clear descriptions of your product are essential. Without them, you might have a hard time selling online.

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