B2B payments

Sam Altman backs Slope’s $30M round to digitize, scale B2B payments

Slope's customer pipeline has evolved into mainly enterprise. As a result, both volume and company revenue have increased 17x since last year.

Two is bringing a consumer-like experience to B2B payments

When individuals make purchases online, they place items in the digital shopping cart and use a credit or debit card to complete the transaction instantly. Businesses operate differently, typically lo

Ex-Chime engineers raise $4M for B2B payments infrastructure startup Streamlined

While working as the head of treasury at Braintree, Boris de Souza once discovered a $90 million payment that went “missing” for over two weeks because of poor payments infrastructure. “

Singapore-based Volopay accelerates APAC and MENA expansion with $29M Series A

Volopay, a Singapore-based fintech startup, raised a $29 million Series A in debt and equity financing as it seeks to further expand its footprint in Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and North Africa. 

Slope takes in first capital with visions of being ‘Stripe for global B2B payments’

The company is growing at an incredible pace — 15 times in gross merchandise volume in just the last 30 days.

Settle bags $60M to simplify bill payments for e-commerce

Settle extends payment terms for a customers’ vendors, paying them with Settle's money so the company can pay them back 30 to 120 days later.

Accel, Tiger and Stripe’s COO back Mexico City-based Higo as it raises $23M for its B2B payments platform

Just six months after raising $3.3 million in seed funding, Mexico City-based Higo announced today it has raised $23 million in a Series A round led by Accel. Tiger Global Management also participated

PayEm comes out of stealth with $27M and its answer to the expense report

The platform gives company finance teams a real-time look at what items employees are asking for funds to buy, and what is actually being spent.

Reserve Trust raises $30.5M to become the ‘Stripe for B2B payments’

Reserve Trust, a Denver-based financial services provider, has raised $30.5 million in a Series A round led by QED Investors. FinTech Collective, Ardent Venture Partners, Flywire CEO Mike Massaro and