The FINANCIAL -- Ink from Chase, the Business Card portfolio from Chase Card Services, announced today the rebrand and redesign of its Jot mobile application to the Ink app.
The new Ink app is designed to give small business owners more flexibility managing their business on the go. With the Ink app, business owners can receive instant purchase alerts to keep track of spending, tag purchases with customizable categories for easier reporting, use simplified organization tools such as receipt photo snapping and adjust employee spending limits in real-time, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co.
The mobile app and online tool is exclusive to Ink from Chase cardholders and automatically syncs with chase.com, so business owners can access on-demand reporting or download receipts anytime they need. This valuable tool supports Chase's commitment to helping small businesses thrive.
"The new Ink app was designed with one goal in mind: to simplify backend office management for small business owners so they can focus on their business," said Laura Miller, President, Business Card at Chase. "By giving small business owners the ability to easily, quickly and more efficiently manage their finances and the financial activity of their employees, they have more time to focus on their passion and grow their small business." The Ink app is available on iPhone and Android. To learn more about the Ink app and the enhanced features, visit Chase.com/inkinnovations.
Ink from Chase is a portfolio of business cards offering robust, flexible payment solutions and resources to meet the unique needs of small business owners, from spending habits to cash flow needs to rewards. This business card portfolio includes Chase's Ink Plus and Ink Cash cards.
Chase serves four million American small businesses, and was named the nation's No. 1 SBA lender to women- and minority-owned businesses for three consecutive years. In addition to Mission Main Street Grants, Chase is the national presenting sponsor of Startup Weeks and launched Small Business Forward in 2014. Chase has more than 10,000 specially trained bankers working with businesses across the country.