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Credit where credit is due

Running a profitable business isn’t always plain sailing. Having a very clear picture of your credit exposure by customer is a great way to stay in control and avoid potentially damaging financial situations.

There’s no point having a flourishing turnover on paper if the money isn’t actually coming in. UT400 actively helps you to minimise financial risk and helps you give better customer service by letting you see customer credit levels throughout the order process.

Take [credit] control

Good credit control helps you stay in control of your business and minimise risk

Confident transactions at every step to keep you in control and minimise risk

UT400 lets you set credit limits by customer and will flag that limit when an order takes a customer close to or over their agreed limit. So for example, when ABC Builders places a huge order, anyone in the business placing the order can instantly see whether they’re cleared to do it. This both flags any potential concerns before you commit and gives everyone clear warnings as they go.

Of course, you don’t want to be constricted when you’re taking orders, so there’s a function to override an overspend warning, or send held orders on to a manager or credit controller to approve. But the point is that you can see in real time where a customer’s credit level is, letting you make an informed decision.

UT400 is a fully integrated, end-to-end inventory and order management system so you not only see credit levels, you also know what stock you have where, what’s in the pipeline, and who’s on track to smash their sales targets this month. 24/7, 365 days a year, anywhere, on any device. Simple, powerful software designed specifically for merchant business, helping you do more with less.

Staying in control of your business has never been easier. If you’d like to see UT400 in action or talk through your requirements in a quick, no obligation call, please just drop us a line.

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