The Paytiko Dashboard

For all merchants the dashboard is an important tool, enabling them to track the performance of their organisation. Charts and tables enable business owners to monitor financial data, helping them to uncover patterns, communicate insights and make data-driven business decisions.

With a dashboard, subsets of data can be visualised for branches or regions, enabling merchants to navigate their profit and loss, balance sheet and cashflow data, providing vital insights and allowing them to see the bigger picture. In addition, dashboards promote shareability, enabling merchants to quickly communicate financials to other stakeholders via email, facilitating better conversations among teams by enabling colleagues to visualise financial statements.

The Paytiko dashboard provides clients with all of the vital metrics required to manage day-to-day monetary operations, enabling merchants to see at a glance sales, transaction volume, withdrawals, deposits, refunds, and more. Paytiko’s dashboard provides all of the parameters necessary to organise and manage daily monetary operations.

With an aesthetically appealing design, Paytiko’s simple-to-understand dashboard is split into three main categories:

  1. Accounts: Particularly useful for merchants managing multiple businesses, entities or locations, this section catalogues integrated individual merchant URLs. Paytiko enables customers to manage all of their interests via a simple, easy-to-navigate platform while still allowing clients to keep the functions of each of their different businesses separate. Users can easily switch between different merchants, as each is assigned its own distinct merchant ID.
  2. Transactions: On the Paytiko dashboard, all transactions are separated by their direction, i.e. whether they are outbound, inbound or refunds. Each transaction has its own view, and users can observe a comprehensive list of all of all transaction types in the dashboard’s ‘All’ tab. Paytiko clients also have the ability to customise headers and filter transactions as required.
  3. Payment Settings: For any cashier system, enabling merchants to set their own rules, restrictions and limitations based on the region they operate in, products they offer or other parameters is a crucial capability. The Paytiko dashboard offers an entire arena for clients to set and regulate such constraints. From setting deposit limits by processor, BIN rules or complete ban lists, Paytiko allows clients to completely focus their services. In addition, the platform also grants the ability to categorise consumers and set customised limitations.

In today’s fast-paced business environment, Paytiko helps business leaders to keep their finger on the pulse of their company’s financial health, providing a user-friendly visual representation of the business’s financial performance. Providing real-time insights, the Paytiko dashboard allows businesses to share information instantly, enabling teams to make better-informed decisions to drive business growth.

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