B2B payments today: Hokodo, ActZero, TIS

B2B payments today: Hokodo introduces BNPL to the digital B2B marketplace, and TIS optimizes payment visibility for global companies. In addition, ActZero will discuss cybersecurity for small businesses, SumUp will partner with Google Pay, and Tipalti will streamline cross-border accounts payable.

Hokodo Leverages BNPL in UK B2B Marketplace

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Aggressive Strategy Against Existential Crisis of SMB Cyber ​​Attacks

From ransomware to business email scams, cybersecurity threats to today’s small businesses are immeasurable. Chris Finan, Chief Operating Officer of ActZero, said it’s important not to blame the victim, but SMB is a cyber event that can kill your business altogether. It is important to take proactive measures to avoid this.

TIS optimizes payment visibility for global companies

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SumUp spends POS revenue using Google Pay for Merchants

SumUp helps retailers make more convenient and secure transactions with prepaid debit cards. Googlee pay, report IBS intelligence Wednesday (June 9th). According to the company’s website, SumUp allows small businesses to accept payments from card readers. The SumUp card acts as a prepaid debit card, allowing cardholders to pay with funds earned through transactions accepted through SumUp.

Tipalti Streamlines Global APs for Multiple Subsidiaries

Tipalti, a global payment automation program, has introduced a new way for businesses to manage their accounts payable (AP) data. Press release I said on Wednesday (June 9th). This feature helps simplify foreign exchange (FX) as well as corporate currency management requirements. This new feature, called Tipalti Multi-Entity, helps companies gain access to control of visibility and access to optimized workflows, improving audit readiness and subsidiary-specific communication.

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New PYMNTS data: Cryptocurrency Payment Survey – May 2021

About research: Consumers in the United States consider cryptocurrencies to be more than just a store of value.The 46 million plan says they plan to use cryptocurrencies for everything from financial services to groceries. In the Cryptocurrency Payments Report, PYMNTS surveyed 8,008 cryptocurrency users and non-users in the United States, how to use cryptocurrencies for purchases, the cryptocurrencies they plan to use, and the acceptance of merchants as a merchant’s choice. We are investigating how it affects consumer spending. B2B payments today: Hokodo, ActZero, TIS

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