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Veem Announces New Payment Options to Help SMBs Address Inflation Concerns

Veem, which claims to be a “leading” provider of global B2B payment solutions, has announced the rollout of new functionalities “including enhanced card options and faster ACH, allowing small businesses more flexibility in how they pay and get paid to manage cash flow.” Credit cards… Read More

Banking as a Service (BaaS) Continues to Gain Steady Momentum: Report

Finastra recently published a market assessment report, titled “Banking as a Service: Outlook 2022 | Paving the way for Embedded Finance.” The research canvassed the opinions of 1,600 senior industry executives, “exploring the opportunities presented by Banking as a Service (BaaS) – to provide retail… Read More

Veem Partner Connect Provides SMBs with Flexible, Configurable Payment Options

Online payment solutions provider Veem recently announced the rollout of Veem Partner Connect program, enabling partners with flexible and configurable integration options. As services continue to shift online, embedded financial products are expected to become the norm for SMBs as they look for simple and… Read More

Veem Partners with Visa to Enhance Domestic and Cross Border Money Movement

Veem, the international payment network for SMBs, announced a partnership with Visa (NYSE: V), the leader in virtual payments. Now, more than 400,000 of Veem‘s clients will get access to a new SMB Visa card program and digital money movement capabilities via Visa Direct, which is… Read More

Fintech Professional Says Challenger Banks are Disrupting Banking Sector in a “Big Way” by Improving Customer Experience

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Last year, we saw many banking challengers offering services to customers who might not have been satisfied with their traditional bank. Many more people also began to use online banking services due to the COVID-19 pandemic which forced many physical business locations to shut down…. Read More

Global Payments Platform Veem Announces Partnership With BlueVine

On Thursday, global payments platform Veem announced it has formed a partnership with BlueVine, a provider of working capital financing to small and medium-sized businesses. The companies reported that the new partnership will allow Veem’s US-based clients to finance their cross-border and domestic payments, and get access… Read More

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