Enta Steps Up its Credit Terms for Customers

Distributor Enta Technologies has improved its offerings to its Account Card customers, providing better terms to help its customers improve their cashflow. The revised terms provide resellers with up to 60 days interest-free credit instead of the previous 45 days, and more flexible payment terms that enable a number of methods to be used in addition to direct debit facilities.

The Enta Account Card is a simple and straightforward way for customers to control their purchasing spend. It also gives resellers the option of having products shipped directly to their customers on a plain-label basis. Multiple cards are available for each company and there are no annual fees, no surcharge, and no trade references are required to sign up for the scheme.

Launched in October 2005, the Enta Account Card has been hugely successful with over 250 resellers joining the programme. The new terms and conditions should make it even more popular, says Jon Atherton, Group Vice President at Enta Technologies. “Our Enta Account card is all about giving our customers the flexibility with their cashflow that many of the smaller businesses crave. By offering such great terms we help our customers and they in turn appreciate the value this brings to them and encourages them to continue bringing their custom to us.”

Many of our customers are already experiencing the benefits of the Account Card. James Partner from Oasis Computers comments; “Enta’s Account Card gives me a simple, convenient way to order goods online. Being a small business whose bank seem to charge for every single transaction make it a very efficient payment method, with the single direct debit payment being taken for all orders made that month.”

Ian Hemsley, Hollington Management Limited also stated; “I find the Enta Card very useful because it saves me a lot of hassle in paying for goods. Especially because I can just quote the last 4 digits when I place a telephone order. Making one payment by direct debit per month is much easier administratively.”