Read about the digital transformation of commercial payments and how to automate your enterprise cash cycle.
Why card monopolies are failing B2B businesses
Feb 19, 2021 by Daniella Bourguetts
If the last couple of years have taught us anything is that change is inevitable. On most occasions, it's impossible to predict global pandemics or the financial implications of profound political changes in the worldwide landscape.
#10: The Journey to Zero
Feb 4, 2021 by Daniella Bourguetts
Editor’s note: Hello, readers. Welcome to the first newsletter of 2021. To kick off the year, we're setting the stage for what it means to create a new financial infrastructure for the B2B industry. It's something we call: The Journey to Zero. Subscribe now.
The Journey to Zero: How Paystand is Changing B2B Payments
Feb 3, 2021 by Daniella Bourguetts
Of the myriad problems facing businesses today, one over-arching challenge dominates all else: the B2B financial system remains essentially unchanged since the middle of the 20th century. At its core exists a fee-based transaction model for payments that no longer meets the needs of modern, digital-first businesses.
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What is a virtual expense card?
Jul 16, 2020 by Eduardo Lopez
Virtual expense cards are like prepaid cards that employees can use to securely make purchases online and over the phone. These cards work exactly the same way as physical cards and allow businesses to issue 16-digit card numbers in just a few clicks. To the merchant, the transaction looks no different than any other payment, but neither the employee nor the merchant has access to your bank information, adding a layer of security to the transaction.
Choosing a Magento Payment Gateway Extension
Jun 25, 2020 by Eduardo Lopez
Choosing a payment gateway is an important decision for new and existing Magento stores. When you're operating an ecommerce business, you need a payment gateway that can handle purchases with speed, security, and convenience.
What Makes For a Great B2B Ecommerce Store?
Nov 29, 2016 by Scott Campbell
When it comes to ecommerce, you may be surprised to learn that there are many similar requirements between B2B and B2C – such as the need for quality product images, intuitive navigation and a seamless customer journey. But B2B businesses also face their own unique challenges; factors like high sales volumes, long buying cycles and multiple decision makers getting involved along the way. This means they require a slightly different approach to the standard B2C business plan.