Banking Up started operating as "Plastyc, Inc." which is still the legal name of the Delaware Corporation under which they operate. They are private and venture-capital funded. Their main office is in Manhattan's financial district, while some of their staff resides in Florida, California and Great Britain.
D3 Banking reduces the cost and complexity of digital banking by providing an omnichannel platform that can be accessed via laptop, Smartphone, or tablets. The company provides responsive web design in a transactional environment to deliver a consistent user experience anytime, anywhere, on any device.
CTB Banking Systems
CTB Banking Systems Ltd. provides financial electronic banking and trade services for eCommerce. They providing a web-based solution for financial electronic trade and online foreign trade.
United Merchant Services of California doing business as UMS Banking, provides payment processing technology and services for banks and merchants in the United States. United Merchant Services of California, Inc. was founded in 1987 and is based in Glendale, California.
Banks / FIs
B2B trade payment services AB
B2B trade payment services AB is a technology to save money. It offers virtual banking API access for corporates to create accounts, transactions and a custom business rules engine to meet business needs.
Arttha Mobile Payments & Banking
Arttha Mobile Payments & Banking is one of the fastest growing technology platform. The solution helps for consumer facing financial services, including cards, devices, vouchers, loans, agent management, and multi-currency transactions. It focus on business execution and process optimization, it delivers high performance technologies while ensuring minimal operational costs for service providers.
Curve Banking and Financial Services
Curve is a financial service marketplace. It plans to have technology partners to provide savings, insurance, investment, credit, loans, and other products. It has built a core banking engine, technology and communications infrastructure. It is free for users as it charge a small fee to financial service suppliers.
Lloyds Banking Group
Lloyds Banking Group provides banking and financial services to individual and business customers in the United Kingdom and internationally. The company operates through four segments: Retail, Commercial Banking, Consumer Finance, and Insurance. The Retail segment offers a range of financial service products, including current accounts, savings, personal loans, and mortgages to wealth and small business customers; and distributes insurance, protection and credit cards, and a range of long-term savings and investment products.
Banks / FIs
B2B Payments Innovation in Invoices
For the emerging SMBs, managing working capital and maintaining credibility is an uphill task. There are companies that are coming up with innovative invoice solution for problems such as poor working capital, zero-cash visibility and friction in buyer-supplier relations. Some of the innovative invoice solutions offered by the B2B payment companies include pre-financing of invoices, invoice discounting and SME financing.
The Middlefield Banking Company
The Middlefield Banking Company MBC was chartered under Ohio law in 1901. MBC offers its customers a broad range of banking services, including checking, savings, and negotiable order of withdrawal accounts, money market accounts, time certificates of deposit, commercial loans, real estate loans, and various types of consumer loans, safe deposit facilities, and travelers’ checks.
Banks / FIs
Challenger Banking (Open Access Content)
Financial institutions today are facing rapid and irreversible changes across technology, customer behavior and economy. The last couple of years has seen a new breed of technology-driven and customer-centric financial institutions, aptly named challenger banks, are bidding to transform the traditional banking system. With the kind of disruption they pose, challenger banking is thus fast becoming one of the largest categories of interest, and innovation, within FinTech.
6 Companies Attacking The Potent B2B Payments Market
To this day, B2B payments are known to be inefficient and expensive. Paying invoices and moving funds across borders for small and medium business (SMB) is costly and full of uncertainties. Customers believe that there is an immense need for streamlining of settlement and reconciliation of business commerce. At present, the challenges are poor working capital optimization, zero cash visibility and friction in buyer-supplier relations.
Europe Business-To-Business (B2B) Payments Market Snapshot
Across industry segments, more and more businesses are searching for solutions to accounts payables (A/P) and accounts receivables (A/R) processes within standard finance processes of order to cash (OTC), procure to pay (P2P), including additional processes related to sourcing, procurement, invoicing, payments and settlement. Although enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems have automated some of these processes, there is still room for innovation, especially in new-age interfaces and providing end-to-end functionality from sourcing to settlement, including cash management.
13 B2B Payment Companies to Watch out For
B2B payments have been known to be inefficient and expensive. Customers believe that there is an immense need for streamlining of settlements and reconciliation of business commerce. The current challenges are poor working capital optimization, zero cash visibility and friction in buyer-supplier relations.
Apruve, An Innovative Approach to B2B eCommerce Payments
According to a survey by Oracle, 70% of B2B e-commerce transactions involve more than 2 decision makers and 75% of the users have abandoned their shopping cart due to the cumbersome process of payment and approval. Apruve, a B2B payment tool for ecommerce, enables users to checkout and charge their purchase directly to their company, a client, or anyone with an email address without needing to use a personal or corporate credit card.
A Sector Snapshot on US B2B Payments Market
LTP research team has come up with a three-page sector snapshot on US Business-to-Business (B2B) Payments Market based on research and insights collected on the B2B payments markets and the participating players.
An Infographic That Explains B2B Opportunity in FinTech
B2B payments are known to be inefficient and expensive. There is an immense need for streamlining settlements and reconciliation of business commerce. At present, the major challenges are international B2B payments, working capital optimization, zero cash visibility and friction in buyer-supplier relations.
How Is FinTech Impacting B2B Payments?
Consumers are adopting peer-to-peer FinTech technologies in their everyday lives, from electronic wallet solutions to mobile money transfers. Online payments in e-commerce no longer faze consumers, with the total global market for e-commerce projected to surpass $2.4 trillion this year, for approximately 10% of the global retail market.
The Massive Opportunity in B2B Payments, 3 illustrative companies
B2B payments have been known to be inefficient and expensive process. Customers believe that there is an immense need for streamlining of settlement and reconciliation of business commerce. The current challenges are poor working capital optimization, zero cash visibility and friction in buyer-supplier relations. New innovative services are coming up by companies looking to tap into the $250 billion B2B payments market.
Virtual Cards: The B2B Payment Method of the Future
When it comes to payments in the B2B world, customers are looking for more convenient ways to pay their bills. With the latest technological advancements, their options are expanding. As with any new technology, however, new challenges arrive that can slow down the invoice-to-cash process. But if a supplier has the right A/R process in place, new technology doesn’t have to mean that there will be new challenges to overcome.
B2B player Bill.com raises $38 Mn through Scale Venture, Amex and BoA
What if I told you there is a company that helps more than 100,000 business manage their AP, AR, Cash Flow – all integrated with ERPs, accounting softwares and can be accessed from mobile devices. What’s more, it can also help you with reminders for payments and enable you to pay from within the application. There is a possibility that you don’t know this dark horse which deals in the B2B space.
MasterCard’s Journey From B2B to Consumer Apps Led by Their Innovation Labs
MasterCard is a uniquely positioned card network and financial technology firm that is slowly and gradually transforming its business. We understand that it wants to cover the merchant/consumer side of the story better, through premium B2C apps. As you might already know, MasterCard has been working with the banks, FIs and retailers on some of these initiatives. Many people believe this is a move that is synonymous to forward integration. “Retailers and merchants hold the key for success in the payment industry”; taking this into picture, MasterCard’s innovation lab team is coming up with the novel array of apps which help consumers to simplify the payment experience. As payment disruption happens, MasterCard wants to remain in the thick of things.
This Startup from Y Combinator’s Latest Batch Wants to Fix B2B Payments
Kickpay, a startup fresh from Y Combinator’s latest batch, is offering an open marketplace for financial assets, primarily focusing on outstanding invoices. Kickpay is offering a solution that will assist businesses in automatically selling their uncollected revenue. This basically means that if a company is performing a service or shipping a product, the company can receive the income for the service within the same day. Kickpay is using a combination of data, design and technology to simplify payments processes and reduce credit and fraud risk.
13 Banking Software Companies Powering Online Banking
Temenos Group AG, headquartered in Geneva, is a market-leading software provider that partners with banks and other financial institutions to transform their businesses and stay ahead of a changing marketplace. Temenos customers significantly outperform their peers. Over the period of 2008–2014, Temenos clients enjoyed a 31% higher return on assets on average, a 36% higher return on equity and an 8.6 percentage point lower cost to income than financial institutions running legacy software. Over 2,000 firms across the globe, including 38 of the top 50 banks, rely on Temenos to process the daily transactions of more than 500 million banking customers.