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TAC Insight releases payment module for Fast-Weigh

By |  October 26, 2021

TAC Insight announced the release of its accounts receivable & payments module for Fast-Weigh. Logo: TAC Insight

TAC Insight added an accounts receivable (AR) and payments module for Fast-Weigh, its flagship product.

With the new module, TAC Insight says users have complete AR and credit management along with secure PCI-compliant debit card, credit card and ACH transactions through BASYS Processing.

Combining Fast-Weigh with payment processing helps streamline the material sales and payment collection process, TAC Insight says. The company adds that Fast-Weigh AR & Payments offers customers simple and low-cost processing rates with no hidden fees,  allowing them to deposit funds in the bank of your choice.

With the module, producers can allow their customers to pay invoices, save and manage payment methods and view their invoice and payment history. Alternatively, direct payment links can be sent to customers via email or text, allowing them to pay invoices or individual cash tickets from any device.

TAC Insight says end users can track and manage customer balances, handle adjustments, email statements and process refunds from a web-based platform, accessible from anywhere.

With the included customer balance dashboard, Fast-Weigh users can easily track outstanding balances at 30-, 60-, 90- and 120-day increments. From the dashboard, payment information can be entered and applied to customer invoices quickly and without having to use multiple software and payment services.

Fast-Weigh AR & Payments includes a lineup of reports tracking all Fast-Weigh transaction data, including payments, refunds and adjustments.

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