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Leading tech provider launches mobile payments app for SMEs

MYOB have released an application that turns smartphones into portable payments terminals with the ability to automatically enter transactions into the business' ’ books.

News Michael Masterman 03 April 2014
— 1 minute read

MYOB PayDirect is now available as a limited release to early adopters within the Australian small and medium business community.

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The application offers deep integration with popular cloud accounting solution AccountRight meaning payments are automatically entered into the business' books and allowing receipts and invoices to be delivered to customers on the spot.

Jim’s Group has signed on as premier launch franchise partner for the new smartphone app.

Neil Walsh, chief operating officer at Jim’s Group said the app allows Jim’s franchisees to close the loop and carry-out the work, present the invoice and collect payment, all on the same day.

“This will impact significantly on their cash flow,” he said.

“By fully integrating our Jimbo CRM, the MYOB financial package and PayDirect, we will be providing our franchisees with significant relief around the administrative burden of running a small business".

“By implementing PayDirect into our franchisee network we expect our client experience to be enhanced. Clients will be able to choose between multiple payment options, including credit and debit card transactions,” he said.

 

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