The largest bank in Slovakia has been assisting its clients - businesses and entrepreneurs – for several weeks now in difficult times caused by the coronavirus. In its new campaign it offers business accounts free of charge for one year and also an advantageous package of e-solutions – payment terminals, payment gate and the new application “easy2sell”enabling to sell products online without having to operate an e-shop. The campaign will run until 30 June.

Along with the business account from Slovenská sporiteľňa clients will also have access to the Business24 electronic banking designed especially for businesses and entrepreneurs, including the only mobile banking application for corporate clients which is available since January this year.  A selected number of clients also participated in the development of this application. You can find more information on business accounts of Slovenská sporiteľňa here.

„Slovenská sporiteľňa is the largest retail and digital bank in Slovakia. We are also the bank for entrepreneurs and businesses. Our goal in these difficult times is to help businesses and entrepreneurs restart their business activities and boost their revenues via online sales and cashless payments. I am therefore very pleased that in cooperation with Global Payments, we are introducing several useful e-solutions for businesses and entrepreneurs which should help them with their sales,” says Martina Zrníková, responsible for business accounts in Slovenská sporiteľňa.

E-solutions by Slovenská sporiteľňa:

  • Payment terminal (POS) free of charge for 3 months; quick processing of cashless payments, no contact with cash.
  • Payment terminal (POS) with eKasa – card acquiring and keeping track of revenues on one device.
  • E-commerce – the best payment gate for your e-shop.
  • Easy2sell – sale via social networks, free of charge for 3 months.
  • E-solutions can also be used by corporate clients using George.
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Global Payments, partner of Slovenská sporiteľňa, is introducing a new application called “easy2sell”.  “It will help merchants who had to close their brick-and-mortar shops due to the coronavirus. They can offer their products and services directly via the mobile application without having to operate an e-shop”, says Erik Brinkáč, country manager of Global Payments. One click is all it takes to publish the merchant offers on social networks such as Facebook or Pinterest, or they can easily send links to their clients via WhatsApp, e-mail or SMS. The “easy2sell” application can be downloaded from Google Play for Android or App Store for iOS. In order to use the application, the client has to conclude an agreement with Global Payments.