Automatically collect payment for your invoices
Goodbye late payments
With GoCardless, when an invoice is due, payment is automatically collected so you don’t have to chase.
Businesses get paid 47% faster with GoCardless.
Lower-cost alternative to cards
Bank-to-bank payments cut out the costs of card networks. The automation also reduces the cost of chasing payments.
GoCardless lowers the total cost to accept recurring payments by 56%
Popular with payers
Businesses prefer to pay invoices via their bank account.
40% of UK businesses are likely to use direct debit to pay an invoice.
Save hours on your bookkeeping too. GoCardless payments are automatically reconciled in Sage 50cloud
Spend 90% less hours on managing payments.
How it works
Select a customer and send them a link from your Sage 50cloud account.
Your customer enters their payment details securely online, authorising you to collect Direct Debit payments from their bank account. They only have to do this once.
Send a Sage 50cloud invoice as usual. GoCardless schedules payment to be automatically collected on the invoice due date.
Payment is collected from your customer’s bank account without them needing to lift a finger.
GoCardless always notifies your customer before the payment is collected.
Payment is processed and paid straight to your bank account. Sage 50Cloud automatically reconciles the payment and associated fees.
Guy Hudson, Owner, Norwich Residential Management
“With GoCardless, previous problem clients are no longer an issue and payments stream in every month.”
Watch a demo
Get a tour of how GoCardless works with your Sage 50cloud accounting software
Made for recurring payments - whether invoicing regular customers or subscriptions fees.
Success+ intelligent retries
Use recurring payment intelligence to predict and manage payment failures. Recover, on average, 76% of failed payments.
Collect payment in instalments
Split a single invoice payment into a customisable schedule of instalments. GoCardless automatically collects part-payments until the balance is complete.