And what that means for your payment collection and overall cash flow.
And are they helping improve the late payment culture?
As GoCardless specialises in bank to bank payments, using Direct Debit schemes around the world, you can’t use us to process card payments. In this video, Joe Robins discusses the three main reasons why this is and how this benefits out customers.
Watch our webinar and learn how to help your clients improve their cash flow with tips and advice from experts at Float, GoCardless and Chaser.
82% of businesses suffer from poor cash flow at some point. It puts small companies out of business and stops bigger ones from planning for the future. Learn how to avoid being part of the 82% by fixing your accounts receivable with this guide.
We partnered with YouGov to ask 12,785 consumers across 10 different markets their payment preferences in 2019.
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.
52% of all B2B payments in the UK are done by bank transfer, but is it time to retire bank transfer as a B2B payment method for high-growth businesses?
Everything US businesses need to know about identifying and combating churn.
Choosing a push or pull payment method can hugely impact payment collection.
Ring in the new year by waving goodbye to late payments.
Optimise your payments strategy to drive changes in key business metrics like Churn Rate and Customer Lifetime Value, with this cheat sheet for Australian businesses from GoCardless and ChartMogul.
Many businesses choose to automate payment collection through Direct Debit: but what exactly is the benefit?
Are you using Direct Debit as a fast, efficient, low-cost method to collect regular fees, subscriptions or one-off payments from your customers? Or considering adding Direct Debit to your payments mix?