14th September, 2018
It brings together transaction processing, compliance and business advisory with a focus on automating processes to enable new income streams to be created in business advisory. But how do payments fit into The Connected Practice?
It’s becoming more and more common, accountants and bookkeepers need to reconsider their business model – specifically, how they invoice, accept payments, protect against fraud, and monitor emerging payment trends.
What does this mean for you and your clients? New payment solutions present opportunities for your clients to attract and retain their customers, improve their own efficiencies and innovate. By understanding more about payments, you can help your clients capitalise on these opportunities through payments advisory. For you and your practice this can become a new value-added service you can offer.
There are four key ways you can help your clients and build your payments knowledge and advisory capability.
We want to help you on your journey to payments advisory. MYOB is launching a new re-certification module on Invoice Payments within MYOB Academy. Invoice Payments enable your customers to pay straight from the invoices you send. Learn the ins and outs of Invoice Payments by visiting MYOB Academy. You can earn additional points in your CC re-certification.
To find out more about Payment Solutions or how payments is driving The Connected Practice, be sure to attend future MYOB events in addition to keeping a close eye on The Pulse.
You can also find out more about MYOB payment solutions, visit MYOB PayBy.