Today in B2B payments, Request Network discusses cryptocurrency in accounts receivable, and Paystand launches a digital lockbox for B2B check payments. Plus, Zeller discusses Aussie SMBs’ banking needs, AmTrav collaborates on corporate travel spend management and Dama launches a payroll solution for cannabis firms.
Accepting payments, managing funds and initiating transactions are staple requirements in small business banking. But SMBs are now demanding enhancements to the way these offerings interoperate and support broader cash flow objectives, as Ben Pfisterer, CEO and co-founder of Australia’s Zeller, tells PYMNTS.
AmTrav, which helps companies book travel, and Emburse, a spend management technology and accounts payable (AP) automation firm, are advancing their partnership by rolling out an automatic receipts integration, according to a Thursday (June 24) announcement. “The word ‘integration’ gets thrown around a lot these days, but the one between AmTrav and Emburse is robust and real-time,” AmTrav CEO Jeff Klee said in the announcement. “Customers who pick AmTrav and Emburse can get a travel management platform that they’ll love, paired with a world-class expense management system, tightly integrated so their travel expense data flows accurately from one to the other to save all users time and headache.”
Cannabis companies will now have more options for payroll with a new product from Dama, an industry banking and payments company. The new product, called Dama Payroll, will assist with payroll, employee timekeeping, labor management, workload planning and other elements of payroll, a press release said on Thursday (June 24). Per the release, Dama Payroll will be able to integrate with the company’s other solutions.
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