Saturday, May 25, 2019
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Tag: B2B Payments

Boost Payment Solutions Raises $12M For Corporate Card Optimization

Boost Payment Solutions, a company that targets friction in the commercial card market to increase acceptance of cards in B2B transactions, has announced $12m in new funding. Read more: pymnts.com

Jack Henry Hits Faster Payments Milestone

Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. (NASDAQ: JKHY) is a leading provider of technology solutions and payment processing services primarily for the financial services industry. Read more: finextra.com

Fleetcor to Buy AP Automation Firm Nvoicepay

Commercial payments outfit Fleetcor Technologies has struck a deal to buy accounts payable automation specialist Nvoicepay. Read more: finextra.com

Coupa Pay launches, taps Barclaycard for virtual cards

Coupa is rolling out Coupa Pay, and the firm is working with Barclaycard to boost adoption of electronic B2B payments. Read More: www.pymnts.com

TD Bank launches B2B electronic payment service

TD Bank launched a payments solution enabling its small business customers to make and customize electronic B2B payments today. Read more: bankinnovation.net

B2B payment solution Previse raises $7m Series A

B2B payment solution Previse has raised $7m in its Series A round of funding, to help it meet growing demand. Read more: fintech.global

Putting B2B Payments’ Biggest Fallacy in Context

It turns out transparency, not speed, is king when it comes to B2B payments. Read more: www.pymnts.com

TransferMate collects €21m to support global expansion

B2B payments company TransferMate has collected €21m in its latest line of financing to support its global expansion. Read more: fintech.global

Blockchain-based B2B payments startup PayStand joins accelerator

PayStand, the blockchain-based, B2B payments company reinventing commercial finance, today announced that it is partnering with Silicon Valley Bank and First Data. Read more: www.finextra.com

Finexio secures $4m Series A led by James R. Heistand

B2B payments network Finexio has secured a $4m Series A round led by Parkway CEO and president James R. Heistand. Read more: fintech.global