Payments for Enterprise

If you're a business-to-business supplier, you may be wondering about a growing trend towards digitised payments, and whether your business should take the leap.  Read on to discover how you too can move to the forefront of eCommerce. 

Seamless digital payments

Struggling to move away from paper…?

Bank transfers, cheques, bank debits – all the traditional ways enterprise take payments. With Till, taking and following up payments takes less time. Customers enjoy more ways to pay and cash flow improves with Same Day settlement. Put your business at the forefront of digital payments, and gain efficiencies you won’t believe.

Till Merchant Portal

Insights on one platform

Manage your devices, see transactions, reports and reduce the need for manual processes. All from the Till Merchant Portal.

  • Create a hierarchy of your different businesses
  • View performance of different products and business locations
  • View and manage disputes and chargebacks
Deliver a better experience

Become a preferred supplier

Your enterprise buyers will welcome electronic payments too, because the reasons are compelling: Procurement is easier. Digital invoicing is cheaper. Admin time is slashed. Visibility and control of spending is vastly improved. And the overall procurement process is streamlined. This all adds up to lower costs and stronger relationships with you, the supplier.


Third-party partner integrations

We partner with over 540 leading technology solutions to give your clients and customers the best experience.

Payments that work for anyone, anywhere
Till is trusted by thousands of merchants, big and small, all over the world. Ready to join them?

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Does Till's payments system adhere to security standards?

  • What is the cost structure of Till's payments system?

  • What happens in case of technical issues?

  • Can the payments system be tailored to our branding and customisation needs?

  • What is the processing speed for depositing funds into our account after a transaction?