How Azlo is redefining business banking

There are dozens of services that help entrepreneurs and business-owners move money, store money, save money, and borrow money. Choices are good … and many choices can be bewildering. If you’re exploring different financial tools and services for your business, you might find yourself with a lot of questions: What does this do? How is it different from other services? Is it worth it?

If you’re asking these questions about Azlo, here are some answers.

What does Azlo do?

Azlo offers digital business bank accounts. Our accounts are completely online, and come with key banking features (a debit card, ATM access, mobile check deposit, bill pay, and bank-to-bank payments) without the fees.

We also offer in-app digital invoicing (so you can quickly send invoices to clients right from your bank account) and the ability to accept payments for these invoices via popular payment services like Square, Stripe, and PayPal.

We’ve also got lots of other features in the works, like accounting integrations, international payments, and an API portal where you can access your account data directly without using our apps. If you’d like to learn more about what’s coming, or if you have feedback about what you’d like to see, send us an email at info@azlo.com.

How is Azlo different from…?

There are a few things that separate us from most other business banking services: we don’t charge any fees, you can open an account and manage all your banking from your computer or your phone, and everything we do is designed specifically for entrepreneurs and small businesses. We’re committed to making online business banking easy (and even enjoyable) through thoughtful, efficient design.

We’re different from other common money movement services (like PayPal, Square, Stripe, etc.) because we offer FDIC-insured bank accounts through our partner BBVA USA, and we don’t offer payment processing. We work well alongside these services; you can send funds from your payment processor to your Azlo account, you can link a Stripe account to accept card payments for invoices, and you can connect a Square or Stripe account to view recent payments from within the Azlo app. We’ll be supporting integrations with other services in the near future.

Can Azlo help my business?

A business bank account can help your business grow and succeed. It establishes your effort as a legitimate business enterprise, and it helps you easily separate your business and personal expenses (which is crucial for tax purposes and for applying for business credit or trade accounts).

Business accounts may also come with features like ACH transfers (aka bank-to-bank electronic transfers) to pay vendors, contractors, or employees. Many banks charge for these transfers; Azlo offers them for free.

If you don’t have a business account yet, we can help you create one quickly and easily — right from your computer or phone. If you already have a business account, but the fees are eating into your profit margins, we’re a cost-effective and transparent alternative.

Any questions we haven’t answered?

We want to hear from you. Questions, feedback, suggestions — whatever’s on your mind. Send us an email at info@azlo.com


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