The Marketplace gives Texas Security Bank customers an app store experience to add third-party fintech functionality to their digital banking environment seamlessly. This means you integrate with curated FINTECHs through a single relationship with Texas Security Bank. Through that single relationship, you gain access to partners both retail and business focused.
Autobooks is an invoicing and payments tool for small and micro businesses. With Autobooks, you can send customizable electronic invoices, accept payments via all major credit cards, debit card, ACH, and even lockbox, and keep track of which customers have and have not paid.
Get ready to transform Payroll & HR like nobody's business. Deluxe shoulders the load so you can focus more on people not the paperwork. Intuitive features include:
-Full-service tax filings
Experian unlocks the power of data to create opportunities for consumers, businesses and society. At life's big moments — from buying a home or car, to sending a child to college, to growing a business exponentially by connecting it with new customers — Experian empowers consumers and clients to manage their data with confidence so they can maximize every opportunity.
Homebase is the #1 team management solution to make managing hourly work easier for local businesses. With employee time tracking, scheduling, team communication, hiring & onboarding, managers and employees can spend less time on paperwork and more time on growing their business.
Hurdlr is a simple business expense and mileage tracking app for business owners and other entrepreneurs who just don't need a complex accounting system. Hurdlr seamlessly tracks all of your business income, expense, self-employed tax estimates and deductions in real-time, saving you valuable time and maximizing your profit.
Trust Ramp to control spend, save time, and automate busywork - leaving you time to do what you're best at.
Texas Security Bank does not manage or control the content of these third party applications
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