When running your own business, you are ultimately responsible for every aspect of day-to-day operations, including collecting payments from clients. This can sometimes be a tricky process, but with Noodle, you can set yourself up for success.
Read on to learn more.
Why You Want to Remain On Top of Client Payments
Receiving payments from clients is necessary as it helps you pay for business expenses. If you aren’t paid on time, you might be unable to pay for tools or services that keep your business running. Also, as a professional dedicating time to clients’ immigration cases, you deserve to receive proper compensation.
Payment Problems You May Encounter
Here are a few payment issues you may face as a business owner:
Difficulties With Organization
As a business owner, you are likely wearing many hats and juggling several responsibilities, so something like consistently sending clients an invoice can fall through the cracks. If you aren’t incredibly organized, you may fail to request payment from your clients.
Not enough flexibility
Not accepting enough payment types may cause issues with your clients. For example, if you don’t accept digital payments, you may not be offering enough flexibility.
Customers may not make payments on time. This delay can mean that you can fall behind on important business expenses. It also means that you have to remind clients to make a payment, which is time you could use to focus on other tasks.
How Noodle Streamlines the Payment Process
Noodle can help you improve the payment process. Noodle offers:
Noodle can handle invoicing for you, making it one less task you have to worry about. Noodle generates PDFs for you and sends them to clients at the appropriate time. Noodle’s AI functions also follow up with clients until they pay their invoices, saving you from having to reach out to clients.
You and your clients can rest assured that Noodle offers secure payments. With about 60 percent of cyber attacks affecting small- and medium-sized businesses, your firm is at risk of fraud. Noodle works to combat that.
QR Codes, One-Link and More
You don’t have to accept payment in one way. You can send a QR code, your Noodle One-Link (which includes all your services and prices), a payment link via messaging or a buy button on your website. Sticking to one method likely won’t work for all customers, so Noodle gives you the ability to collect payment from clients in whatever way works best for them.
Multiple Payment Methods
Noodle offers flexibility when it comes to payment methods. Clients can pay with major credit cards as well as Apple Pay and Google Pay. Customers can choose the payment method that’s most convenient for them.
All Transactions in One Place
Regardless of how clients pay, your Noodle dashboard will keep track of all transactions in one central location. This allows you to easily know when you are missing payments.
Noodle has AI tools specifically meant to help immigration lawyers save time and money and drive a better customer experience. Sign up today to take advantage of Noodle’s form and document management, invoice generator and 24/7 client support.