B2B CARD PAYMENTS
The Processing Trap
Chances are, you’re in it.
Interchange rates, that’s where we start.
Working with B2B companies, we realized that every other bank and processor were categorizing and charging those companies the same way they would standard retailers or e-commerce stores. This traps B2B companies into the wrong pricing structure with the wrong fees and rates. As experts in B2B payment processing, we realized that correcting this simple issue saves B2B companies thousands of dollars per year.
Because of the high use of business, purchasing and rewards cards there are ways to dramatically improve the rates that sign companies clear. We are not just trying to cut costs like every other processor, we are actually clearing the transactions at lower interchange levels which lead to material change.
We ensure that our customers are getting the right rates for the business. With just a quick 15-minute rate analysis our payment specialists can analyze your current rate and let you know if these savings are available to you.
B2B PAYMENT STATEMENT SAVINGS ANALYSIS
Sign Manufacturer Savings Analysis
The savings below came from one of your competitors. Switching is a fast and easy process.
How it Works
As a B2B business, you accept credit cards from corporate customers not direct from consumers. We will correctly structure your account to improve your savings.
This sign manufacturing business was able to bring in over $8,000 a month in savings after the simple process of switching to TouchSuite.
Rate optimization saves you money a few different ways:
- Reductions of fees and rates
- Reduction in effective rates
- Net savings increase
- Interchange discount
SIGN MANUFACTURER CUSTOMER TESTIOMINAL
“Glad I made the switch!”
“TouchSuite got my sign manufacturing business saving over $8,000 per month in unnecessary fees. The first call took only twenty minutes and I was completely switched over to their platform in about a week. Their team has been great and very responsive in making sure that all of our payments continued to process correctly.”
Jeff Cohen of Signage Group Inc.