Benefits of using a Workiz Pay card reader

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In this article, you will learn about the benefits of using a card reader with Workiz Pay.

Workiz Pay also enables you to offer modern solutions for collecting payments, such as credit card readers. Credit card readers are essential to growing field service businesses looking to modernize their practices, allowing you to offer your customers a convenient way to pay for your top-notch services.

Why use a credit card reader?

  • Enhanced sense of security
    With a card reader, your field techs don’t need direct access to the private details on your client’s credit card, and your clients can feel safe knowing their credit card information remains private.Transactions on the Workiz Pay reader are secure and end-to-end encrypted
  • Increased efficiency
    Card readers make the payment process field-friendly, completing the transaction in just a matter of seconds.
  • Lower likelihood of disputes
    Using a credit card reader also has the potential to reduce the number of disputes and chargebacks made against your business. In the eyes of a bank, processing the credit card with a card reader strongly implies that the cardholder — your client — was present for the transaction.
  • Modern customer experience
    Your customers expect high-quality services from your business. They also expect high-quality payment methods. Card readers reduce the hassle of having to pass along credit card information, and help boost your company’s reputation as a secure and credible organization.Card readers may also help you get ahead of your competitors, earning you more references and revenue over time.
  • Simplified accounting
    Every transaction is automatically recorded, giving you a simple way to keep track of sales and making it much easier to balance your books.Reclaim the time you’d usually spend counting and reconciling cash payments, allowing you to focus on the more exciting aspects of your business.
  • Enhanced reporting
    Credit card readers support easy tracking and reconciliation of your sales.

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