Most New Zealand businesses now use online banking to track their finances and manage their payments. Whether you’re receiving money or sending money, paper-based processes like cheques, printed statements and invoices slows down your cash flow.
Moving to electronic documents makes your business more efficient, saving you time and effort.
You’re probably familiar with personal online banking systems like FastNet Classic. FastNet Business is the online banking tool for organisations. It lets you do more, with more people.
Built for teams
FastNet Business lets you give multiple users access to different banking tasks. You can give your staff or advisors their own log in and the appropriate level of access to your accounts.
You can decide what they can see, what they can do, and even if they can access your accounts after hours. For example:
You can have an unlimited number of users, all covered by your one fixed monthly fee. There are no per-user charges.
Built for doing more
You can create a schedule of payments and authorise them in one go. You can import your payment schedule like an online spreadsheet, adding to it as required, until it’s time to authorise and send it.
You can tailor daily account and user limits for your outward payments to suit your needs.
You can save an unlimited number of payees, and sort them into different groups and even different restricted categories.
You can manage company credit cards, with visibility of all ASB credit cards, their balances and transactions. You can even use Card Manager, exclusive to FastNet Business users, to change individual card limits or cancel a particular card in real time.
You can also get early warning on your accounts, with email or mobile text alerts.
Direct Debit initiation
Some businesses are just too big for FastNet Classic. If any of the following applies to you, then your organisation definitely needs the extra power of FastNet Business.
Our business and rural experts can help you choose the right products and services for your business.
ASB's terms and standard account transaction fees and service fees and charges apply.