The term “Cash Management Services” includes a variety of bank products and services. These services provide assistance to a business by helping them effectively manage their cash. Many of these services are offered online which makes it easy for the business to access their information. The functions available with our Online Cash Management Service include direct deposit, electronic payments, electronic tax payments, wire transfers, and electronic collections. Some examples of uses for these services include:
In each case, the business saves time and money by having the ability to manage their flow of funds more efficiently. For more information about our Online Cash Management Services, please contact our Business Banking team.
For small business owners, it seems there aren’t enough hours in the day. However, there is one area in particular that is often overlooked, but requires your undivided attention – Information Security. Here are several ways in which you can protect your employees, customer, and company data.
A line of credit is a useful tool for small businesses to level cash flow during times when cash is needed to support growth. Lines support short-term assets and are generally secured by accounts receivable, inventory and equipment. Small businesses have different cash needs; a contractor uses a line to fund materials needed for specific jobs, a retail shop uses a line to fund inventory purchases, a seasonal business uses a line to operate the business during times when revenue is slack. A properly used line will provide a temporary source of cash until short-term assets are converted into cash. This converted cash, in turn, pays down the line for future use. Lines should not be used to purchase long-term or fixed assets. Not all businesses need lines of credit. For more information about whether a line of credit is right for you please contact our Business Banking team.
The SBA 504 loan program works with local banks to provide up to 90% long-term financing for small businesses. 504 loans can be used to finance capital projects such as construction or purchase of a new building, renovation or expansion of an existing building, or purchase of equipment with a useful life of at least 10 years. The SBA 504 loan program allows a growing business to conserve cash for working capital needs. For example, you decide to add a new addition to your building because more space is needed. The addition will cost $400,000 to complete. Using an SBA 504 loan, the bank will provide up to 50% long-term financing, a Certified Development Company (CDC) will provide up to 40% long-term, fixed-rate financing, and the borrower must provide at least 10% cash equity. Fees and closing costs can be financed into the CDC loan. For more information about the SBA 504 loan program please contact our Business Banking team.
Business accounts are not automatically added to Business Online Banking Profiles unless requested. To add an account to a Business profile, please contact Customer Care at 207-284-4591 or toll free at 1-877-722-6243, or visit one of our six locations. Once an account is added, you’ll want to set the User’s permissions. Please refer to the next question(s) addressing User Permissions for additional guidance.
You can enroll in Business Online Banking by visiting any of our seven (7) branch locations. Since each business is unique, a Customer Service Representative will discuss what services we offer that fit your individual business needs.
As a Company Admin for Business Online Banking, you are responsible for adding Users, setting the permissions, restrictions and monetary limits for the Users of the business. A business User will have the ability to login, but will not have access to any accounts until their permissions are set up. The Company Admin can set up the User’s permissions by selecting the “Manage Users” link under the “Administration” tab, and clicking on the User ID for which they want to set permissions. Once the permissions are selected and the changes are saved, the user will have access to the appropriate accounts.
Cookies are small text files installed on a hard drive by various web servers as users browse the internet. They are used to help identify a user when they return to a previously visited website.
If the system is issuing you a question you have not previously selected you are entering an incorrect Company ID or Login ID. If you have forgotten your Company ID or Login ID, please call Customer Care for further assistance at 207-284-4591 or toll free at 1-877-722-6243.
As part of Saco & Biddeford Savings Online Security, any online banking account that has not been accessed recently is locked. To unlock this account, please call a member of Customer Care at 207-284-4591 or toll free at 1-877-722-6243.
If you do not know your Company ID or Login ID, please contact Customer Care for assistance at 207-284-4591 or toll free at 1-877-722-6243, or by email at sbsionline at sbsavings dot com.
To enroll in Bill Pay, go to the ‘Transfers and Payments’ tab and select ‘Pay Bills.” From there, complete the enrollment steps to enable Bill Pay. If you would like assistance with this process, please contact Customer Care at 207-284-4591 or toll free at 1-877-722-6243, or by using our Contact Us form.
Please note that funds will not be removed from your account until to payment has been received and deposited by the payee.
At this time, Commercial Lines of Credit are View & Deposit only for Business Online Banking customers; therefore, you are not allowed to transfer funds from this type of account. To discuss other options, please contact us at 207-284-4591 or toll free at 1-877-722-6243.
Yes. If you wish to enroll in eStatements, you can do so when logged into your Online Banking profile. Navigate to the ‘Reports’ tab and choose the ‘View eStatements’ link. You will need to complete the requested information. If you would like assistance with this process, please contact Customer Care at 207-284-4591 or toll free at 1-877-722-6243, or by email at sbsionline at sbsavings dot com.
Business Mobile Banking will allow users to perform the following functions:
In addition, users will now be able to submit bill payments and add new payees if they have been entitled to do so by the Company Admin.
You will use the exact same login credentials that you use to login to Business Online Banking, which include your Company ID, Login ID, and password. In addition, you may need to authenticate yourself further with and One-Time Passcode sent to your phone.
Users should first verify that they have entered the correct Company ID, Login ID, and password, and if necessary, have authenticated themselves further with a One-Time Passcode. If they are unsure about any of their login information, they should verify it with their Company Admin. The Company Admin can contact our Customer Care Department at 207-284-4591 for further verification, if necessary.
First, the Company Admin must enable Mobile Banking access for the other employees. Users can download the SBSI Business mobile app from the appropriate app store for their device. Please note that business customers will now download a completely separate app from personal customers in the app stores.