Partnership Will Help Businesses Pay International Suppliers and Vendors
Veem, the first global payments platform to use blockchain, today announced a partnership with BlueVine, a leading provider of working capital financing to small and medium-sized businesses, that will allow Veem’s US-based clients to finance their cross-border and domestic payments, and get access to working capital for everyday business expenses.
From virtual reality platforms to accounting software, Veem corners the international business payments market
Following the successful launch of Veem’s API in late 2017, the first global payments platform to use blockchain, is proud to highlight the initial group of partners integrating global payment capabilities into their offerings. Veem’s API is easy to use and can be integrated with any type of technology platform. The first companies to use the API demonstrate just that by integrating with accounting software, hiring platforms and even virtual reality companies.
Accountants and bookkeepers go from invoice to payment in a matter of minutes
Veem, the first global payments platform to use blockchain, today announced a partnership with Autoentry, the automated data entry software provider. The two companies will work together to deliver a seamless experience from invoice to payment, saving businesses time and money.
The partnership offers payment capabilities to inventory management software
Veem, the first global payments platform to use blockchain, today announced a partnership with Cin7, the connected, integrated inventory software that centralizes all channels, 3PLs and warehouses and automates fulfillment. The partnership will allow Cin7 platform users to pay their suppliers in 60 countries online using the Veem payment network.
Global payments platform recognized for making it easy to pay international vendor directly from Xero
Veem, the first global payments platform to use blockchain, today announced it has won top honors in the annual Xero Awards Americas, claiming the Emerging App Partner of the Year for 2017.
Guides Help Businesses Reduce Costs, Find Suppliers and Enter New Markets
Veem, the first global payments platform to use blockchain, today announced the release of comprehensive international business guides to help small and medium businesses (SMB) navigate the challenges of doing business on a global scale. With a commitment to small businesses, Veem has created guides for 34 countries including China, Mexico, and France to empower businesses with the information they need to succeed.
Veem finds that many Millennial business leaders are already global and plan to continue doing business internationally
According to a recent online survey conducted by Ipsos on behalf of Veem, the leading multi-rail global payments platform for businesses, the future generation of business leaders is global in nature and intent on running their businesses beyond the US borders.
Developers Can Now Build on Powerful Payments Platform that Leverages Multi-Rail and Blockchain Technology.
Veem, the first global payments platform to use blockchain, today announced the launch of its API. This is the first API designed for the unique needs of businesses that send and receive international payments, a breakthrough that will be a big leap forward for the growing legions of businesses with global partners.
Global payments pioneer Veem announced today that its Veem SuiteApp has achieved ‘Built for NetSuite’ status. A global payments platform used by over 40,000 businesses, the Veem SuiteApp, built using Oracle NetSuite’s SuiteCloud platform, enables customers to cost effectively send international transfers to over 60 countries worldwide from within NetSuite.
The offer is intended to help the thousands of small businesses in the two states get back on their feet by helping them make payments on goods that will be key to the recovery in this area.
International payments pioneer, Veem, today announced an integration with cloud-based accounting software Xero.
Global business payments pioneer Veem Inc. announced today a partnership with cloud accounting service firm Acuity to streamline international payment processing on the Veem Platform.
Veem today announced a new integration with QuickBooks Online to help QuickBooks users and accounting professionals streamline the process of making international payments
Investment supports veem as it grows; Fundamentally improves and modernizes the cross-border business payment experience
Mass Upload feature lets businesses send international payments in bulk.
Align Commerce announced that long-time Silicon Valley cross-border payments and commerce veteran Frederick Crosby has come on board as Chief Revenue & Marketing Officer.
Next-generation global payments provider Align Commerce today announced the establishment of its U.S./Mexico corridor to allow businesses in both countries to easily send and receive payments across the border.
Increased Transparency Comes as Align CEO Shares Vision for Future of Cross-Border Payments at Money 20/20 Conference in Copenhagen
Next-generation global payments provider Align Commerce today announced the opening of its Brazil corridor to allow small businesses to easily send payments to Latin America’s largest country.
Align Commerce, a next-generation global payments provider, announced today a public beta of its innovative payments platform, the first in the industry to use the blockchain to enable faster, less expensive global transactions.