Significant monthly cash rebates tied to spending tiers
Flexible payment terms
Pre-fund, daily, weekly, bi-weekly and monthly
Automate the AP process
Reduce or eliminate check-writing
Streamline reporting and reconciliation
Track and manage employee spend
Compatible with legacy business management software
Additional Credit Options
IT'S SIMPLE TO GET STARTED
We begin with simple vendor analysis to determine how we can capture your spend.
We analyze your monthly spend, and when you pay your bills.
We present you with a customized cash rebate.
Asset management company with multiple residential and commercial
The client was using personal credit cards for business spend. Those expenses
were being reported to his personal credit bureaus and since the business
was spending significant sums each month and negatively affecting his
credit score. Additionally, using personal credit cards for business
expenditures created a potential personal legal liability. Maintaining
individual credit cards for each entity, each with its own due date and
credit line, quickly became overwhelming and inefficient.
Client required multiple credit cards to maintain business operations. He
wanted to manage everything in one place, with one due date, and a single
credit limit sufficient to cover business spend across all of his holdings. He
also wanted to determine which vendors and expenses could be converted
to payment via credit card thereby earning a cash rebate.
How PEYD helped
We introduced the client to a corporate credit card solution that did not
require a personal guarantee to ensure that he and his assets were fully
protected. The client was also provided with access to a simple dashboard
which allowed him to customize credit limits and provided advanced
controls for each card in use. Our vendor analysis identified vendors that
could be paid with his corporate card, generating cash rebates and
reducing check payments.
"The REWARDS+ Team enabled me to put parameters on spending,
see everything from one dashboard and increase my rebate."