Managing payment processing and all its ancillary activities can be extremely time consuming. If you’re only using paper statements, you can never be sure you’re getting a comprehensive picture. Back-office tasks such as creating reports, balancing daily activity at the terminal level for every location and tracking fraudulent activity, can be completed manually—but at high costs.
The Business Track® online reporting tool provides access to centralized and comprehensive payment processing information and allows you to analyze the data on a PC. Reports are easy to generate and use with data available by location, selected groups or across multiple locations. You can access your information virtually anywhere for greater flexibility and effectiveness in managing your business.
Access and analyze transaction detail by card type from any PC connected to the Internet. Easily conduct sales audits, manage processing fees, investigate chargebacks and reconcile your checking account. Give your business the tools it needs to protect against losses and effectively manage your cash flow.
How it Works
Rather than waiting for a report, you conduct the analysis that suits you, right when you need it. You can select and view reports created from a comprehensive database that includes the processing of credit, debit, and Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card transactions.
You decide what information you need to manage your business. Our online reporting solution is designed to give you what you need, whether it is summary information or details from specific events. The Business Track solution lets you access your payments-related data quickly and easily, so you can focus on putting that information to work for you.
Benefits for Business
- Access payment processing information 24 hours a day, seven days a week
- Reduce calls to customer service departments
- Drill down into funding events and reconcile total sales
- Schedule report distribution
- Stay informed while managing your business and get fast resolution of disputed charges