Introducing Zeller App
Track business performance and manage your Zeller Account when you’re on the go with the new Zeller App.
Cash flow management is how you track the amount of money going in and out of your business. Proper cash flow management helps maintain a balance between your earnings (revenue from sales) and expenses (debts to suppliers, staff wages, rental fees, etc.).
Poor cash flow management is the primary reason many businesses fail. To grow a successful business, you need an efficient payment and transaction monitoring solution that will ensure you maintain a positive cash flow, and avoid gaps between inflowing and outflowing cash.
Accept payments with Zeller Terminal, spend funds with your Zeller Debit Card, and manage your business finances with your fee-free Zeller Transaction Account.
Everything you need to get more money flowing into your business while meeting your financial obligations — all in one box.
Your Zeller Debit Card is included free in the box with your Zeller Terminal.
Your free Zeller Debit Card can be activated in minutes right out of the box, giving you the ability to spend funds as soon as they arrive in your Zeller Transaction Account.
With your Zeller Debit Card in hand, you’ll enjoy:
Avoid negative cash flow problems by using Zeller Terminal to accept more payments from more customers, in more places. With a durable frame, a powerful battery that lasts all day, and the ability to easily apply surcharges on the fly, there’s nothing to get between you and willing customers.
The Zeller Terminal accepts:
Zeller gives you the tools and functionality you need to seamlessly move money in and out of your business while enjoying unparalleled oversight over every transaction.
With Zeller, you’ll be able to:
Combined with shrewd spending and diligent bookkeeping, Zeller is the last business payment and cash flow management solution you’ll ever need.
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