The liquidity of money refers to how fluidly it circulates on the world economy. Economists call it M1, the grand aggregate of all liquid money in the economy, ready to be spent. Long gone are the days dominated by paper currency transactions and physical checks. The future of economic transaction is digital. Cash will never be fully removed from the equation, but digital funds transfer will soon become the primary form of business transaction. Here’s how your business can capitalize on the soon-to-be dominant market of electronic fund transfer.
Online payments systems are easy to incorporate into your business. The inner workings are relatively simple and straightforward, and a professional will be able to implement one with ease.
Most online payment providers do not even have a setup fee compared to traditional banking systems. Transaction fees are reduced, and you also save money on registers, physical receipts and other paperwork by going digital.
Clients will appreciate the convenience, speed and ease of online payments to make their purchases. Freelance businesses can also use electronic funds transfer for a reliable method of payment. The safe and easy-to-navigate process of online payments also means there’s less reconciliation to do both for you and customers too.
Online payments have incredible encryption-based security that protects your information and the funds you send and receive. Don’t be afraid to make transactions with trusted parties but be very careful with whom you share your information and stay alert for cybersecurity threats such as: phishing, network breaching, or identity theft.
Online payments make it easy for you to accept recurring billing options which helps to improve customer retention for a service provider. No more chasing down customers every month for their subscription fees, no more payment reminders and late payments. Online payment processing will make sure that you receive subscriptions as at when due, giving customers plenty of opportunity to also make payments with less stress than over the phone or in person.