With a keen focus on customer service, at 123Send we are always looking at ways to enhance the technology we offer and add extra value for our customers. In light of this, we have added a new feature to our already feature-rich S900 terminal – manual referencing.
For those customers who want it, we can now offer you the option of adding an individual reference of up to 50 characters per transaction. If chosen, you will be prompted input a reference before
taking payment. The assigned reference will then show up against the transaction on all reporting.
This is already working well for many customers, particularly those who have a number of employees to track (such as one of the UK’s largest plumbing firms). It has also been very popular
with estate agents (tracking rent payments and sales), car mechanics (tracking sales using number plates as a reference) and restaurants (tracking deposits for tables).
To make life even easier – all transactions and references can be easily viewed within our online control centre. This free reporting tool enables you to delve deep into your transactional data,
creating bespoke reports that are downloadable or delivered straight into your inbox at a time and frequency that suits you. This has helped customers manage their payroll, reconciliations and much more at any time of the day or week wherever they are.
If you think this feature could benefit your business or if you would like to find out more about the payment solutions we offer, please send me a message or give me a call on 0208 102 8314 and I can talk you through your options.
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