Feature Spotlight: Payment processing with Trevor Pillen
On this episode of “The Building Code,” Tom and Paul are chatting with Trevor Pillen, associate project manager at Buildertrend. Trevor has been at Buildertrend for five years and knows all the ins and outs when it comes to Payment Processing, one of the five Pro Services offered by Buildertrend.
Listen to the full episode to hear about how you can use Buildertrend’s Payment Processing powered by Chase to simplify your payment process, save time and create convenience for you, your clients and your subcontractors.
WHAT IS PAYMENT PROCESSING?
Payment Processing is an easy way for you to streamline your current payment process, both inbound and outbound, using Automated Clearing House or credit card.
WHY IS PAYMENT PROCESSING SO VALUABLE?
- Payment Processing speeds up the process for how quick you’re sending or receiving money. If you offer electronic invoicing, clients are more likely to pay in two to five days as opposed to two to three weeks
- Payment Processing works for all markets (specialty contractors, remodelers, home builders and commercial construction companies)
- Using Payment Processing through Buildertrend allows you to pay your subcontractors electronically, free of charge, and the payments are sent immediately
- You can ditch the paper invoices and trade them for contactless online payments
- You can use Payment Processing throughout the lifecycle of a job:
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