Tagged: corporate cards

Indian Fintech Unicorn Razorpay Explains How RazorpayX Corporate Cards Can Help Businesses

During the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, many businesses either started their first online marketing campaigns or scaled them “to make them more consistent,” the team at Razorpay notes. Not only that, many businesses “scaled the usage of SaaS tools and cloud servers that make operations… Read More

Fintech Paystand Inroduces Business Expense Card with Rewards Paid in Cryptocurrency

Paystand, which claims to be the leader in blockchain-enabled B2B payments, has introduced the “first” corporate expense card with native crypto rewards. A technology-forward spend management platform, the DeFi Corporate Card provides instant provisioning of virtual and physical cards, as well as “advanced spend controls,… Read More

UAE Fintech Alaan Acquires $2.5M to Expand Multi-Currency Spend Management Platform

Dubai-headquartered Fintech firm Alaan has acquired $2.5 million in capital via an investment round. The firm is now coming out of stealth mode. The multi-currency spend management platform developers noted that they would use the proceeds to hire new talent and scale operations across the… Read More

Fintech Ramp Introduces AI-enhanced Travel Solution, with Insights on Spending, Other Financial Data Points

Fintech firm Ramp, which offers a finance automation platform and claims to have one of the fastest-growing corporate cards on the market,  has introduced Ramp for Travel, a new AI-assisted travel solution that enables workers to “book anywhere and gives finance teams an unprecedented level… Read More

Fintech Unicorn Divvy, a Payment and Expense Management Platform, Claims 9,000+ Clients Across Every US State

Divvy, a modern payment and expense management platform for businesses, which notably secured $165 million through its Series D funding round, making it one of only 14 Fintechs this month to raise a mega-round ($100M+ or more) in January 2021, notes that during the last… Read More

Copenhagen based Danse Bank Partners Fintech Zenegy to Automate Payment Processing with Corporate Cards

Copenhagen-based Danske Bank (CPH: DANSKE), a major retail bank with more than 5 million retail customers, has partnered with Fintech firm Zenegy in order to launch a new service that will automate the processing of payments made with corporate cards. The payment processing service will… Read More

Working Capital Firm Cape to Offer Corporate Credit Cards in 2021 that Will Leverage Open Banking Tech

Cape, an Australian working capital firm, is planning to offer a corporate credit card that will leverage Open Banking technology. The company says the card will be available in 2021. Established by experienced Fintech professionals who previously worked at Funding Circle, Funding Options and 11:FS,… Read More

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