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More Time on the Floor, Less Time in the Back Office
Whether you operate one location or one thousand, Fintech automates your alcohol management process, giving you time to focus on taking care of your customers and growing revenue.
1 in Every 4 Retailers Nationwide Choose Fintech, Including:
Automate Invoice Payments
Your Customers are Your Top Priority
Whether you pay COD or by terms, eliminate invoice payment management and have more time for the things that matter.
Streamline AP Processes
Accurate Invoice Data with No Manual Entry
Automate invoice line-item data entry, GL coding, and other time-consuming manual efforts.
Identify Margin-Building Opportunities Quickly
Request and tie credits back to the correct invoice, monitor cost changes, track money lost from costly ordering habits, and develop better buying strategies.
“Fintech has become an integral part of our business, and has given us visibility into how our operators purchase alcohol. The return on investment was immediate, and it has helped us save time and money.”
We Keep You Off The No-Sale List
Fintech keeps retailers in compliance with regulatory laws across all 50 states, eliminating delivery disruptions and revenue loss.
Affordable Solutions for Businesses of All Sizes
Just need automated invoice payments without purchase data, portal access, or an integration with your back-office or accounting system? Start the self-enrollment process for Fintech’s no-cost, payment-only solution by clicking below.
The Latest from Fintech
During our latest panel discussion sponsored by the Michigan Restaurant and Lodging Association (MRLA), Fintech learned how four Michigan operators are approaching these new plans and what areas of business the pandemic has transformed for good.
One year ago, our world changed. How the year of COVID changed not just the alcohol industry but the whole world.
In previous years Fintech’s Director of Regulatory Affairs, Wendy Turk, tracked approximately 150-175 legislative bills that relate to the alcohol industry. This year, she is tracking more than 300! Why the drastic increase? COVID-19.