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Automated vs. integrated Direct Debit – what's the difference?

Direct Debit makes your payment processes more efficient and cash flow more predictable. But are you getting the full level of control and automation that you could be with your current set-up?

6 hacks to stop you wasting time on payment collection

Payment collection is a major source of admin for any SMB. Claim back the time with these business hacks.

Top admin-busting tips for SMBs

Small business admin is a headache for any busy entrepreneur. But there are ways to minimise the pain, speed up processes and improve business performance.

Tried and tested tips to boost your company’s cash flow

How can Australian SMBs keep themselves in shape, avoid late payments and ensure they always have a supply of money?

Guide to automated payments and cash collection

Getting paid on time is an ongoing challenge for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). In this guide, we walk you through three automated payment options, and explain the key advantages (and disadvantages) of each as a cash collection method.

The complete guide to Direct Debit for agencies

Everything your agency needs to know about collecting client fees by Direct Debit and how to get started.

Getting paid on time: Free e-Guide for agencies

The ultimate guide to getting paid on time for agencies. We guide you through practical, low-cost, high-impact tactics that will reduce your agency's average payment times and debtor days.

Standing orders: A complete guide

A complete guide to making and receiving payments by standing order, including how it works, pros, cons and payment alternatives.

What I wish I'd known: Free e-Guide

We spoke to agency owners and small business leaders about their top tips for success in 2018 and asked them what they wish they’d known when they were starting out. This is what they said.