Today in B2B payments, KWIPPED discusses POS equipment financing, and BBVA streamlines cash management for multinational corporations. Plus, Boost Insurance eyes the opportunity for small businesses, CoEnterprise streamlines supply chain processes and Suplari launches a procurement planning tool.
Embedded services can open new revenue streams for service providers and promote efficiency for end users. Alex Maffeo, CEO and founder of Boost Insurance, says embedding insurance into the tools small businesses use to run their business has the potential to go further.
CoEnterprise, a technology firm that works in the supply chain and business analytics space, upgraded its signature Syncrofy subscription offering. The new functionalities let purchasers and vendors expediently discover and remedy invoice, shipping and order anomalies prior to the time they affect the company, according to a Monday (May 24) announcement. CoEnterprise’s Syncrofy system collects and cross references information from different enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, payment platforms, warehouse planning systems and other technologies to provide users with one view of what is occurring throughout the supply chain, the announcement stated.
Spend agility company Suplari has rolled out a new procurement planning product called Agile Performance Management, a press release said Monday (May 24). It will offer 360-degree procurement planning of the spend, purchase order, suppliers, risk management and diversity initiatives necessary to grow savings and improve financial performance. The program offers more visibility and cross-functional accountability for strategic goals built on spend, along with automated services, results tracking, contract intelligence and more.