UK’s iwocaPay Integrates with Quickbooks to Become “First” B2B BNPL Solution for Cloud Accounting Software

iwoca is announcing the integration of its B2B payment solution iwocaPay with Quickbooks’ accounting software package – this makes it “the first invoice checkout integration with a BNPL option for businesses that integrate with QuickBooks.”

Quickbooks supports UK businesses “with their accounting needs via a cloud-first approach that allows them to run their finances on the go from mobile devices.”

iwocaPay reportedly “makes invoice checkout seamless, allowing buyers to settle via either Pay Now or Pay Later.”

Integrating iwocaPay into the QuickBooks platform will “enable hundreds of thousands of businesses to get paid faster, have better control of their cash flow, and grow revenues; industry research showed that customers are 57% more likely to purchase when interest-free buy now, pay later options were offered.”

First B2B buy now, pay later solution for cloud accounting products

This new integration “follows on from the success of iwocaPay’s Xero integration, first rolled out in February 2021.”

Holding integrations “with both accounting software giants makes iwocaPay the first B2B buy now, pay later solution for cloud accounting software across the UK.”

The fintech also recently “announced its extension with ecommerce platform WooCommerce.”

The new API behind both of these integrations “makes iwoca the only UK-based B2B BNPL provider that’s fully omni-channel: available wherever businesses take payments, whether that’s invoices (like QuickBooks), ecommerce checkouts (like WooCommerce), or in person.”

Business owners who link iwocaPay to their QuickBooks account “will be providing a frictionless invoice payment experience with buy now, pay later options for their customers, whilst they get paid instantly. Customers can pay on the go, by scanning QR codes on their invoices that direct them to a slick checkout journey.”

iwoca calls for more plugin integrations to link with its new API

As noted in the update, iwoca is calling “for more business collaborations to integrate with its B2B payments solution.”

Lara Gilman, Co-lead of iwocaPay said:

“We’re delighted that QuickBooks users now have the option to include iwocaPay on their invoices, so that they can offer business customers buy now, pay later, without carrying the credit or late payment risk themselves. The ability for them to offer this flexibility to customers during today’s turbulent economic times will help B2B businesses attract more customers and make more money, whilst having better control of their own cash flow.”

As mentioned in the announcement:

“iwocaPay welcomes more integrations of this kind. Our aim is for our digital B2B BNPL payment solution to be accessible to the entire business ecosystem, whether that’s through accounting platforms, ecommerce sites or somewhere else.”

Small businesses owners can add iwocaPay as “an invoice payment method to their Quickbooks invoices by signing up to iwocaPay and integrating it from their iwocaPay dashboard.”

As covered, iwoca claims it is “unlocking economic growth by expanding the financial possibilities available to small business owners.”

Since launching in 2012, they’ve reportedly “made more than £3.5 billion of finance available to 90,000 businesses, and raised over £500 million in equity and debt finance.”

They aim to “provide loans, payments and invoice solutions for small businesses in any industry.”

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