Reduce time to receive payments
Reduce the time to receive payments by 47%, and minimise your debtor days by taking full control of when payments are made.
Your high DSO is stopping you from growing
A high DSO and a growing list of outstanding receivables limits your brand’s ability to invest for the future.
Overall, having a rock-solid platform like GoCardless for automated monthly payment collection is a huge advantage from a cash flow point of view. We can be more confident of our ongoing income, and we can see an income stream that is forecastable for the near future.
Clare Caras-Altas, Finance Director, Taurus Insurance Services
Gain full control over payment collection
GoCardless is built on bank debit, a pull-based payment method. This puts you in control of when payments are collected, giving you full oversight of your accounts receivable.
Pull-based payment collection
GoCardless is built on bank debit, a pull-based, bank-to-bank payment method that allows businesses to pull payments directly from their customers’ bank accounts.
Low payment failure rates
With GoCardless, around 97.5% of payments will be collected successfully at the first time of asking. With real-time reporting, know instantly when a payment does fail so you can take action.
Sit back and let Success+ retry payments on the optimal day to collect from each customer. Recover up to 76% of any payments that do fail with Success+.
Optimise your payments with Success+
Success+ does all the heavy lifting, calculating the best time to retry a payment and tracking which payments have been successfully collected. 89% of businesses said Success+ saves them time.
Made for recurring payments
GoCardless is the only payment provider built specifically for recurring payments. Whether you’re collecting invoices, subscription payments or membership fees, we’ll take care of the payment collection process so you can focus on what you do best.
Everything just works… It’s now a one or two touch billing process, once a month. We don’t need to think or worry about it anymore.”
John Heggs, Finance Manager, intY