Want to avoid those awkward conversations with your clients over late payments?

1 year ago
Sage Business Cloud Accounting and Stripe

Now you can – with our latest integration for Accounting with payments provider Stripe that makes it easier to get paid.

We know cashflow is king for businesses – in fact our research tells us that 65% of small businesses that go out of business is as a direct result of cashflow issues.

It’s hard enough asking a friend or family member to pay back a loan, so we know when it comes to business that chasing payments is tough. Not only is it a potential strain on relationships, it’s a drag on admin time, and has a fundamental impact on your day-to-day trading.

That’s why we’ve partnered with Stripe, a payments provider designed specifically for small businesses, to give you an easy way to collect invoice payments direct from Accounting.

Simply set up your Stripe account, add a Pay Now button to the invoices you send from Accounting, and send. Your clients can pay with the click of a button right from their mobile, and your accounts in Accounting are reconciled. Easy.

What’s more, Stripe is set up on a pay-per-use basis with no monthly fees – so give it a try and see if it’s right for your business.

Faster | Clearer | Simpler

We’ve put a big focus on making this process easy. Now customers can pay the moment they receive an invoice, or easily over the phone. Get a complete view of transactions right from when the invoice is paid to when the money enters your account.

No need for you to deal with the messy bits of invoice payments when we do it all for you.

Easy setup

Set up with Stripe is super easy – all digitally, all within Accounting.

Look for the Stripe set up in your settings and in just five minutes, you can be up and running and ready to collect payments.

Get started today

Invoice payments with Stripe is just another way we’re trying help businesses succeed. Check out this webpage for more details.

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