Today, in B2B payments, Request Network is discussing cryptocurrency in accounts receivable, and Paystand is launching a digital safe for B2B check payments. Additionally, Zeller discusses the banking needs of Australian SMEs, AmTrav helps manage corporate travel expenses, and Dama launches a payroll solution for cannabis companies.
FinTech fights crypto concerns of accounts receivable
Pushing Australian SMEs beyond the basics of banking
Accepting payments, managing funds, and initiating transactions are basic requirements in small business banking. But SMEs are now demanding improvements in the way these offerings interact and support broader cash flow goals, as Ben Pfisterer, CEO and co-founder of Australian firm Zeller, tells PYMNTS.
Paystand deploys digital lock box for B2B finance
AmTrav and Emburse integrate to simplify T&E expense management
AmTrav, which helps businesses book travel, and Emburse, an expense management and accounts payable automation (AP) technology company, are advancing their partnership by rolling out automatic receipt integration, according to an announcement on Thursday June 24. “The word ‘integration’ is used a lot these days, but the word between AmTrav and Emburse is robust and real-time,” AmTrav CEO Jeff Klee said in the announcement. “Customers who choose AmTrav and Emburse can get a travel management platform they’ll love, paired with a world-class spend management system, tightly integrated to keep their travel spend data flowing with precision from anywhere. ‘to each other to save time and headaches. “
Dama launches payroll solution for cannabis companies
Cannabis companies will now have more payroll options with a new product from Dama, an industry banking and payments company. The new product, called Dama Payroll, will help payroll, employee timekeeping, work management, workload planning and other payroll elements, a statement from press Thursday June 24. Depending on the version, Dama Payroll may be integrated with other company solutions.
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