Today in B2B payments, Flywire talks AR-driven B2B payments innovation, and Citi Commercial Cards teams up for supplier payments. Plus, Blue Ridge explores supply chain pricing strategy, Veem partners with Freightos and EchoVera streamlines AP with invoicing.
AR Keeps The B2B Payments Innovation Focus On Transparency
How Pricing Strategy Can Support B2B Sellers’ Broader Supply Chain Objectives
Pricing efforts have historically operated in silos, occurring without consideration for supply chain disruptions or broader objectives. Blue Ridge’s Ed Rusch tells PYMNTS how B2B firms can avoid lost revenue by aligning supply chain planning and pricing workflows.
Citi Commercial Cards, CSI Team On Supplier Payments
Veem, Freightos Collaborate On Digital Payments For Global Freight
Online payment technology company Veem will be collaborating with digital global freight reservation platform Freightos.com. Veem will be on Freightos.com as an available payments choice, providing users with additional methods to make payments for international freight transportation, according to a Monday (May 3) announcement. Veem CEO Marwan Forzley said in the announcement that the company’s collaboration with Freightos.com “makes perfect sense.”
EchoVera Debuts Invoice Solution To Streamline AP