Plastic Payment Cards are unmissable these days. We use them everywhere, for everything. From paying for the shopping with your debit card, to opening your locker at the gym – there are many reasons for the average consumer to have multiple barcoded plastic cards in their wallets. After all, plastic is the most popular method of payment in current times. For many small businesses, issuing bill payment cards to your customers is a smart option. Paying rent or other bills has never been easier with these.
However, getting these cards delivered and re-ordered once you run out of cards to issue to your clientele is a time-consuming issue, and that is why we at PSC / New Horizons offer a bespoke system that allows you to print your own barcoded cards by simply clicking a few buttons!
The Benefits of Payment Cards Printing Software
As plastic payment cards and other print services can be quite expensive – especially when you regularly have to order more if you run out of cards – having your own system that can print barcoded and magnetic striped cards can be a long-term and cost-effective solution.
To add to that, most payment card printers and deliveries can take up to ten days or even more to fulfil the deliveries. This could be negative for your business if you run a bill payment scheme and you have ran out of cards to re-issue to customers. With PSC Systems/New Horizons card printing software, you can be able to re-issue cards to customers within a short period.
How Our Bespoke Software Works
As you issue a card to your customers, a database is keeping the customers needed info to be able to re-issue a card quickly in case the client loses their card or breaks their card. You can then either directly get this sent to your customers, rather than having to await cards for a longer period of time.
At New Horizons, we are committed to creating affordable software regarding bill payments. Contact us today through our form below, or have a look at our New Horizons website for more information.
Posted on Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018 at 4:13 pm in .