Running a successful restaurant or bar is hard work. The last thing you need is to wait around for days or weeks to access your money.
For a lot of restaurants, that’s just how it works. Those payment delays are damaging enough on a normal day. But combine that with the pandemic, supply chain breakdown, skyrocketing gas prices, and labour shortages and you’ve got a ticking time bomb.
At Superb, we do more than just provide operating systems and solutions to restaurants and bars. We help shape the future of the industry (humble-brag). That’s why we include next-day payments for all GXM users. Plus, no hidden fees and no return fees.
Next-day payments do exactly what they say on the tin — you get paid the next day. Depending on the cutoff time at the payment processing company, you’ll have access to your funds the next business day. This gives you the security to know that you can pay your team and suppliers without waiting.
Compare next-day funding to standard payments processing time. Who would choose to wait when you don’t have to?
Whether you call it next-day funding, next-day payouts or next-day payments, it’s the ‘next day’ part that’s important.
It’s a game-changer for any restaurant or bar taking advantage of upsell opportunities and maximising their revenue with gift cards, prepaid tickets and no-show fees.
With Superb’s GXM Pro, you don’t even have to go into settings and do anything. Next-day payouts are automatically a part of the platform. You’ll have peace of mind knowing that your funds will be in your account the next day.
Maximising cash flow is vital for running a successful restaurant or bar. Having access to funds when you need them will help you plan how much you can allocate outside of the day-to-day operations.
With more control of your money, you’ll have a better handle on your business and the power to accurately budget for new menu items, marketing efforts, and any other projects you’ve had on hold. Not to mention, you’ll be able to pay your team and vendors on time. They’ve worked hard for their money, too.