Big jobs are great for your concrete or masonry company, but tracking and managing the related employee expenses can take up valuable resources, especially for small business owners.
With many small businesses now providing services over larger geographic areas, travel expenses accumulate quickly. From mileage to accommodations and/or dining, extending a job just one or two days requires significant management back at the home office as well in making sure the funds are available and processing the paperwork at the end of the job.
And how easy is it to cover unexpected expenses when you’re away from the office and your technicians need additional funds? Business can’t stop while you’re networking to grow the business at World of Concrete (#worldconcrete) and especially not when your employee faces extra expenses to cover additional equipment needs or travel.
PEX Card prepaid business expense cards can help.
As a PEX Card user, you can issue cards with spending limits you determine and alter whenever you want. Log into your account from anywhere using your computer or iPhone® / Android™ phone and add funds for instant access, ensuring your employees are covered right when they need to make a purchase.
PEX Card is not a traditional company credit card, and a credit score is not required for approval. The cash comes straight from your bank account, so you have control at all times. Add and remove funds from your employees’ cards in real-time, specify merchant categories and track spending.
And with the PEX apps for Apple® and Android, you can manage your funds from anywhere.
Sign up for the PEX Card now to get a FREE 2-month trial!
Or learn more: watch our short video to learn why the PEX Card is the right expense management service for concrete and masonry contractors.
Toffer Grant is PEX's Founder and CEO. He founded PEX in 2006 as a prepaid card solution for small businesses. His background in the prepaid industry began at Clarity Payment Solutions, where he initiated 65 prepaid card programs in consumer, corporate, and emerging verticals of the prepaid card industry.