Now with the new business accounts, it provides new features for business owners to easily access international payments. Business accounts allow users to manage accounts in multiple countries with multiple cards. Following the set up of a business account revolute can provide prepaid cards for a company with the ability to review employee spending and card balances.
Access to these dashboards that provide spending visibility can be granted with various access levels to accountants and staff. Alongside the accounts open API, a business can combine their accounts with accounting software such as XERO, FreeAgent, Slack, Zapier and more, with the goal of making money management for businesses clear and convenient.
Revolut has also rolled out a new twitter account called @RevolutBusiness to manage Revolut business as a separate entity from Revolut, providing communication specific to the new business technology. Currently, to create a business account it takes all of 5 minutes to access the aforementioned features at the price of €7.81 / £6.99 for freelancers and €27.93 / £25.00 per month for companies depending on the size of the business. Revolut is offering the first 3 months free when signing up now.
Revolut business also features the benefit of more than €2,235 / £2,000 worth of discounts with a 10% discount on Apple products, a discount on Slack, credits for Expensify, Google Adwords, and many others.