Resolve Welcomes Early $25M Present

Resolve, a provider of net terms-as-a-service and buy now, pay later (BNPL) solutions, announced today it has raised an additional $25 million in strategic equity funding to meet rising demand from B2B companies seeking to simplify their net terms payments and embed B2B BNPL solutions into their payment workflows. Launched as a spinout from Affirm in 2019, Resolve previously announced a combined $60 million asset and equity financing in early 2021.

These new funds will be used to further expand its platform and team. The funding round was led by New York-based global venture capital and private equity firm Insight Partners, with participation from existing investors Initialized Capital, KSD Capital, Haystack VC, Commerce Ventures and Clocktower Ventures.

“The market for simplifying net terms payments and embedding BNPL payment options is exploding as companies work to mitigate the pain of payments caused by overextended and snarled supply chains,” said Chris Tsai, Resolve’s CEO. “With this infusion of funds, we can capitalize on our market leadership position and rapidly scale to serve the many new types of companies looking to offer net terms and BNPL to their business customers, while unlocking cash flow and growing with minimal risk and effort.”

Resolve simplifies and automates the process of billing and purchasing on a credit account. Its digital 30-, 60-, or 90-day net terms-as-a-service and embedded BNPL payment solutions offer a variety of solutions for B2B sellers and buyers. A wider range of companies have also begun to embrace digital B2B BNPL as an easier, less-risky way to offer net terms to customers who expect to pay later. Buyers and sellers are also relying on modern, convenient credit options like B2B BNPL to extend payment terms while navigating global supply chain disruptions.

“The demand for embedded B2B payment options with net terms has skyrocketed as businesses must universally cater to customers accustomed to consumer-style payment and credit options, and to a new supply chain reality dominated by extended or delayed delivery times,” said Rebecca Liu-Doyle, principal at Insight Partners. “Resolve provides an elegant, embeddable net terms payment experience that simplifies the complexity of meeting those customer needs with minimal risk and hassle.”

Resolve’s net terms-as-a-service and embedded BNPL platform integrates into a B2B company’s existing financial technology stack to optimize cash flow. This provides extended payment terms, enabling hassle-free customer billing and payments.

Buyers pay no interest or fees if accounts are repaid within the agreed-upon terms. Merchants receive full payment, less fees, as soon as an order is placed.

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