Today we’re unveiling a big update to the look and feel of the Paystand brand.
Our new logo marks a significant change in our company evolution and is the result of a comprehensive exploration of our brand. It gave us an opportunity to look deeply at who we are, what we stand for, and where we’re headed as a company.
Mark Fisher on July 18, 2019
Payments-as-a-Service leader adds former Tipalti senior executive to spearhead sales and drive another year of explosive growth.
SCOTTS VALLEY, Calif., June 20, 2019 — Paystand, the digital B2B payment network for the future of commercial finance, today announced Mark Hassin as its new Senior Vice President of Sales.
Mark Fisher on June 21, 2019
Collections Automation Product Goes Far Beyond Simple Email Contact, Using Blockchain Technology to Maximize Employee Time and Streamline the Payments Process
Mark Fisher on April 10, 2019
Accounts Receivable Automation with Paystand Drives Capital Efficiency and Lowers Costs for Elenteny Imports
Here at Paystand, we pride ourselves on being the most flexible B2B payment platform available for growing businesses. When we engage with a new customer, our goal is to help the business automate manual processes and digitize their enterprise cash cycle in a flexible, customizable way.
Mark Fisher on April 2, 2019
SuiteWorld is upon us again and the team at PayStand is excited to announce our sponsorship of this year’s event as an Emerging Partner. Like last year, Oracle NetSuite SuiteWorld will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada, taking place April 1st through April 4th at the Sands Expo and Convention Center. Last year, the event boasted a crowd of over 7,000 attendees and we’re looking forward to meeting even more this year.
Mark Fisher on March 11, 2019
What does accepting credit card payments really mean for your business?
To some companies, credit card payments translate to expansion into new markets. To others, credit card processing signals unaffordable transaction fees or more complex technical integrations. Fill in the blank with your own answer.
But the one thing credit cards definitely don’t mean: that the business has joined the digital era just by virtue of accepting them as a method of payment.
Mark Fisher on November 29, 2018
Making it easy for customers to pay their bills is a key component of any successful company. Because really, if you can’t collect payments, how will your business survive? For many B2B companies, this means accepting paper checks as the predominant method of payment. And once you start, it’s really hard to convince yourself that customers will pay any other way.
Mark Fisher on October 30, 2018
PayStand Releases SuiteApp Integration To Extend Best-In-Class Payment Functionality Within NetSuite
Company Delivers One-Click-Simplicity to Handle Enterprise Cash Cycle
SCOTTS VALLEY, Calif. - October 25, 2018 - PayStand, the B2B payment platform for the future of commerce, today announced the next generation of its SuiteApp integration, delivering all-in-one electronic payment functionality within NetSuite for companies of all sizes. North American businesses exchange $18 trillion in paper checks alone each year, costing them over $550 billion in process and delays, while more than half of all commercial payments globally are still paper check. PayStand together with NetSuite gives businesses a next-generation platform that automates the entire enterprise cash cycle.
Mark Fisher on October 25, 2018
PayStand Expands Footprint To Further Deliver on the Promise of a Better Global Payments System; Partners With StartupGDL To Drive Regional Economic Development
SCOTTS VALLEY, CALIF. AND GUADALAJARA, MEXICO - OCTOBER 18, 2018 - PayStand, the B2B payment platform for the future of commerce, today announced the opening of a new office located in Guadalajara, Mexico. The expansion bolsters PayStand’s continued focus to deliver the most robust digital payment network for businesses and also positions the company to solve significant challenges in global payments by drawing on a diverse and experienced team. North American businesses exchange $18 trillion in paper checks alone each year, costing them over $550 billion in process and delays, while more than half of all commercial payments globally are still paper check.
Mark Fisher on October 18, 2018