Lili is a one-stop banking application specifically made for businesses. It offers tools that empower business owners that help them access banking services in less time and money. Its services range from invoices, taxes, and expense management, and to everything in between. Lili’s app is remarkable for freelancers and small business owners and keeping this in mind, it announced extending its services by adding third-party integrations and payment solutions.

These integrations have been launched when more businesses are making their footprints, and these numbers are the highest ever in the history of the US economy. Lili aims at empowering business owners with all tools they require or currently by building a fully integrated ecosystem for those tools.

Along with this, Lili also announced the update of Lili Pro’s integrated invoicing software. Consumers of Lili can now customize invoice designs in no time and manage their consumer archives in real-time. Above all, they can take payments from Credit and Debit Card through Stripe to Payment apps like PayPal, standard ACH, cash and checks for their services.

Lilac Bar David, Co-Founder and CEO, Lili, stated, “As more people join the workforce as small business owners, we are thrilled to offer a full suite of products so they can spend more time doing what is important –– running and growing their businesses. By building our payments offerings, we are able to continue on our mission of supporting an entire generation of small businesses, encouraging them on their financial journey to becoming the great innovators of tomorrow. This consolidation of tools will build Lili into an even more thorough, financial one-stop-shop for small business owners.”

Lili is dedicated to refurbishing banking for modern-day small businesses and freelancers since small businesses being one of the pillars of the US economy lack banking services. It ensures banking services reach them at less cost and in a quicker time.

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