Identifying clients for Telleroo
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Written by Rebecca Fowler
Updated over a week ago

We're excited to help you make payments faster and more efficiently. To get the most out of Telleroo, it's important to identify the right clients to start with. Here are some key criteria to consider:

Xero Users: If your clients rely on Xero to manage their invoices, they're primed to seamlessly integrate with Telleroo for a smoother payment process.

High Supplier Volume: Clients handling payments to 10 or more suppliers each month will experience significant benefits from Telleroo's streamlined payment management.

Time-Strapped Business Owners: For those business owners juggling a multitude of responsibilities, Telleroo can be a game-changer, freeing up valuable time.

Growing Businesses with Junior Finance Teams: Scaling businesses with junior finance teams can leverage Telleroo's user-friendly interface to manage payments efficiently, even with limited experience.

BACS Facility Limitations: Clients facing difficulties accessing BACS facilities with their current bank can overcome this obstacle by switching to Telleroo's secure and reliable payment platform.

Medium to Large Workforces: Businesses with more than 10 employees stand to gain substantial benefits from Telleroo's efficient payment processing.

Past Payment Errors: Having to log in and out of banking systems, working across payroll and supplier payments, uploading files and updating accounting systems increases the chance of transposing manual errors. Telleroo helps you to prevent all of this.

Losses due to fraudulent payments: Telleroo alerts you when there are changes to payee names, bank details or when new payees are created so you can check these are correct and prevent potentially costly mistakes

By focusing on clients who meet one or more of these criteria, you'll be setting the stage for a successful Telleroo integration. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions or book in a chat with our Partnerships Team here.

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