Credit Card Management (Admin)

eZBusiness Credit Card Management
With Bridge Bank's new eZBusiness credit card management platform, you have access to a powerful set of administrative tools that provide you with unprecedented flexibility and convenience in the management of your corporate credit card program.

Benefits of eZBusiness include:

Improved Administrative Control

  • Assign key employees as administrators and manage employee card privileges
  • Create custom “hierarchies” for administrators, allowing them to view and manage cards within specified groups or business units

More Flexibility in Card Management

  • Make temporary changes in credit limits for individual cards, and set expiration dates so that changes will automatically revert back
  • Easily request new and replacement cards for your employees online
  • Block activity on individual cards
  • Set and manage credit limits on individual cards

Enhanced Billing Controls

  • Cards may be billed individually or centrally, based on your company’s organizational structure
  • Create multiple environments for both individual billing and centralized billing, depending on the requirements of your organizational structure

Convenient Reporting Tools

  • Review individual card statements online
  • Download transaction history for specified cards

eZBusiness provides you with the insight, flexibility and control you need to effectively manage your company’s corporate credit card program.

For more information, contact your Relationship Manager or call (408) 423-8500.
 

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