Does your company have multiple entities that require separate accounting or do you have any business units that are not allowed to view each others revenues? At Buckaroo, you have the option to create multiple accounts. This allows you to differentiate between specific company divisions. Every account has its own access, statements and payouts.
One option is to request separate accounts. For example, this might be useful for private companies with multiple company names. If you have a private company with multiple websites, then it is also possible to add multiple sites to one single account.
The advantages of having seperate accounts are:
- Your can define a separate payout account for each Buckaroo account
- Customize (checkout, templates) per account
- Switch easily between the various sub-accounts
If this would bedesired, you can create a new Buckaroo account.
A master account
It is possible to log in to multiple Buckaroo accounts with a master account using only one username. There is then an option available to switch between different accounts so that you do not have to log out and log in again for each account. This makes working more pleasant if one or more employees work with multiple Buckaroo accounts at the same time.
If you want to request a master account, this can be done by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We would like to know which usernames of the different accounts can be linked to the master account.
A super user account
It is possible to create a super user for multiple accounts. Several Buckaroo accounts can be grouped together. An employee with a super user can log in to any other account that falls into this group. If this super user has the Technical Administrator role, this super user also has the same role in the other accounts. This is useful for partners or web developers who take care of the technical implementation for their customers.
A super user can be requested by sending an email to email@example.com. We would like to know which Buckaroo accounts should be grouped and which user(s) should become a super user.
If you would like to more about which user accounts have which permissions, please take a look at this article: Medewerkers