Current payment rails, particularly in the U.S., are decades old. In recent years, fintech companies have built new ones, but it takes years and millions of dollars to do.
Spend management company Airbase found itself trying to access its own funds while also helping customers make payments through Silicon Valley Bank during the bank's collapse.
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Given how competitive the corporate spend world has proved, Brex has kicked off an interesting strategic conversation in the well-funded fintech startup niche. Let’s talk about it.
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A good thing about technology products is that they can make a particular type of service cheaper over time. We're seeing the phenomenon play out in the corporate spend market.
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