What it means to be a smart business operator
As a smart business operator, did you know there is no need to wait impatiently for your monthly statement to see what you have taken on card?
In the current climate, businesses need to be flexible and able to react quickly to changes in demand and trends, so if you are waiting for a monthly statement you may have already missed the window of opportunity to make the changes your business needs.
Using Revolution you can see the transactions you have taken by card on your payment terminals the next day and see transactions made on MOTO/eCommerce the same day.
With eComm and MOTO card payments you can actually see the money coming into your bank account as they happen using Revolution’s transaction map. Apart from a very satisfying sense of achievement, such information is useful as you can spot trends even if you are not on the premises.
Imagine being on holiday or out at an exhibition and worrying about how busy your business is while you are away. Now picture yourself logging into Revolution to see what is actually happening with card payments going through your terminal, being taken over the phone or through your website. All you need is access to the internet.
Check out trends
Besides having access to information when you are out of the office, you can also access a wealth of other useful information and it’s all for free.
Information you may find useful includes being able to see the breakdown between new and repeat customers, the amounts of purchases per visit per card (both useful for marketing, staffing and stock) and the effect of promotions (were they successful in terms of sales achieved).
Want to find out more?
We have a Revolution tutorial to explain the above in easy to follow steps. Simply log in, look for the icon at the top right of the screen (middle icon with a question mark in a head), click on this and watch the video tutorial or watch on YouTube
If you have any questions about our smart business operator blog, our customer support team will be happy to help you on 0333 311 0200.
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