1. Add and Remove Users to your Online or Mobile Banking
Chances are, if you’re a business owner, you have to share access to your business’ bank accounts with at least one other person—like your accountant. If you manage or run a nonprofit, there might be several people including board members who need access to financial information. To make sharing that information more secure and easier for business owners, BluCurrent allows account holders to add and remove multiple users. Account holders can also control what information each user has access to. “It’s an added layer of security,” Short says. “Instead of sharing your login info, you can add account users. So let’s say you have a CPA you want to add. You can give limited permissions to that user, so they can only transfer or pull statements and documents. Or maybe you only want them to be able to import info into QuickBooks.” This also means if a person leaves your business, you can immediately shut down their access. Online account activity is also logged, so account holders can go back in and see what each user was up to.
2. Make Payments Easier with Cash Management and Merchant Services
To make managing business finances easier, BluCurrent offers a service that allows businesses the ability to send or collect money electronically. “This allows users to skip wire transfers, which usually come with a fee, or writing paper checks, which of course takes more time.” Short says. “This service also allows for easy employee payroll.” In addition, merchant services gives businesses the ability to accept credit or debit card purchases. The best part about these services – all transaction history is stored and can be easily accessed right within BluCurrent robust online and mobile banking.