Today in B2B payments, Plooto discusses B2B payment ecosystems, and Airbase enables cross-border bill payments. Plus, Abrigo explores the value of better corporate onboarding, Chaser integrates with Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Currencycloud lands in Singapore to broaden its APAC presence.
Community banks and credit unions need to digitize to remain competitive, and the moment of onboarding a corporate client is a key opportunity to embrace a modern workflow. Abrigo Vice President of Client Services Nolan Gesher tells PYMNTS how onboarding optimization can benefit smaller financial institutions (FIs) long after a new business customer has joined the ranks.
Credit control automation platform and service provider Chaser has connected with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central through an integration. The link makes it simple and cost-effective for groups harnessing the Business Central system to digitize their accounts receivable (AR) and credit control workflows, according to a press release from Wednesday (April 21).
London-based FinTech startup Currencycloud will make Singapore its Asia-Pacific (APAC) headquarters, according to a report from The Business Times. The company will also hire more than 50 new staff members in the next year. The headquarters is located in Raffles Quay, and Singapore will be used as a hub for regional expansion, the report stated.
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- Cross-Border Complexity Requires New Approach For Global B2B Marketplaces
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