Today in B2B payments, Pollen VC explores a targeted approach to funding mobile game developers, and DataRails raises funding for its small business FP&A technology. Plus, EASibuy discusses government procurement, moneycorp’s API links global payments into the ERP and Quadient launches business intelligence for accounts receivable.
There is more than one way to run procurement within government agencies, but all governments share similar goals: the desire to save money and support local businesses. EASiBuy Co-founder Ben Koberna discusses how technology and group purchasing can create economies of scale to make every public dollar count – and accelerate payments to suppliers.
moneycorp Americas has unveiled an application programming interface (API) “integration enhancement” that has the ability to loop into accounting and enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, according to a Monday (June 21) announcement. moneycorp lets its customers simplify payments using the new connection, thus conserving time and reshaping payment processes in addition to “scalability,” according to the announcement, which notes that clients can easily authenticate access by signing into their accounting systems via its API in a matter of “minutes.”
Quadient, which works on customer connections via both digital and physical channels, has a new business intelligence (BI) module that will dig more into data and analysis for accounts receivable (AR) automation for the company’s YayPay service, a press release said on Monday (June 21). Quadient has been working on new ways to expand its Intelligent Communication Automation software and offer more Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) cloud solutions for customers.