Saturday, June 23, 2018
Tags B2B

Tag: B2B

PayPal acquires Hyperwallet in $400m cash deal

Digital payments giant PayPal has acquired Hyperwallet, a global payout solution, in a $400m cash deal. Read more: fintech.global

Voice needs more tech before it can conquer B2B payments

For voice to truly thrive in business and enterprise settings, the technology must handle complicated transactions, such as an order for multiple sets of tables, Read more: www.paymentssource.com

AI, Alt Lending lead B2B FinTech investments

Alternative lending and artificial intelligence startups lead the B2B FinTech investment activity of the week, with other firms operating in logistics, blockchain and T&E. Read more: www.pymnts.com

nCino talks corporate banks’ digital strategies

nCino discusses the role of the cloud and corporate customer expectations in how business banks and lenders strategize their digital transformations. Read more: www.pymnts.com

Blockchain-based B2B payments platform Veem partners with BlueVine

Blockchain-based B2B payments platform Veem has partnered with BlueVine, an online lending company for SMBs. Read more: fintech.global

Lessons for B2B cross-border payment speed

Brion Nazzaro of WorldRemit discusses the platform's online-only strategy and how it's making regulatory and ID verification more robust than in-person could be. Read more: www.pymnts.com

Ripple partners with Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority

Blockchain-based payments solution Ripple has formed an agreement with Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority to support the use of xCurrent. Read more: fintech.global

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

MSTS and Apruve bid to ease B2B credit and payments

MSTS, a global B2B payment and credit solutions provider, and Apruve, the premiere B2B credit network, today announced a joint partnership to provide, Read more: www.finextra.com

Previse nets £800k grant from Scottish Enterprise for new office

B2B payment solution Previse has netted an £800,000 R&D grant from Scottish Enterprise to build a new development centre in Glasgow. Read more: fintech.global