Updates From Azlo
You can now share Azlo with your business partner(s)
Starting a business involves a huge range of tasks and responsibilities and an equally wide range of skills. Although many entrepreneurs start their businesses alone (and solopreneurs can be extremely successful), many others find that they can get more done—and have more fun along the way—with the right partner. When you find someone who shares your vision and complements your skill-set, suddenly the most ambitious goals can become a lot more achievable.
That’s why we’re so glad to announce that you can now share an Azlo account with your business partner(s). Each person using the account will get their own log-in, their own Azlo Visa® debit card, and the ability to make transfers, deposit checks, and generally conduct business. You’ll be able to see which person makes each transaction, and you (the account opener) will also have the option of revoking access at any time.
How we developed this feature
If you’ve been following Azlo for a while, you might have noticed that we’ve been planning to offer this feature for quite some time.
When we started building Azlo, we quickly learned that creating accounts that could be shared with multiple users would take a lot of time and development efforts, so we made the hard decision to launch Azlo for single-owner businesses. Since then, we’ve constantly tracked feedback (both from current and potential customers) and used that feedback to prioritize new features and improvements.
You told us, loud and clear, that you needed the ability to share Azlo with your business partners. Because of your feedback, we’ve been quietly working away on this feature and then releasing it, in waves, to beta-testers and early requesters. Today, we’re releasing it to all our customers.
Now that we’ve released multi-user accounts, we’re working to make it possible for you to give “read-only” account access to an accountant or bookkeeper. After that? Well, you tell us. Our work is guided and informed by your thoughts, requests, and financial needs. If you have ideas about how we can better serve you and your business, we want to hear them. Send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org, message us on Twitter or Facebook, or give us a ring at 844-295-6466.
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