Paysend a global fintech company allows consumers and firms across the globe to pay, hold and send money online in any currency, anywhere and anyhow. Headquartered in the UK and established in 2017, it aims at changing how money is moved around the globe. It is the first payment disruptor to bring global card-to-card transfer.
Paysend has launched Paysend Business, its new product that would help SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises) grow financially and the product will serve as a complete payments platform and tools to achieve their financial objectives.
Paysend Business to enable the fintech firm to become a digital payments leader in the world and will empower SMEs with more opportunities to expand their consumer reach, hold and receive payments through multiple payment gateways and numerous currencies.
Key Benefits of Paysend Business for SMEs-
- Online payment acceptance from all leading credit and debit cards that include Visa and Mastercard.
- Payment acceptance can be done in 38 currencies globally that comprise Google Pay and Apple Pay as well.
- The service can be accessed in more than 190 countries at any point in time.
Ashley Mallett, Head of Business, Paysend, commented, “Businesses are looking for more efficient and secure ways of processing payments and managing their wider financial needs. We are addressing this gap by providing a one-stop-shop online financial ecosystem that can offer SMEs fully integrated, affordable and time-efficient financial services. With the benefit of faster settlement speeds, quicker transfers and clear pricing through Paysend’s new business offering, SMEs can become more confident, nimble and efficient in their operations, allowing them to focus on serving their customer needs and developing their offerings instead of operational headaches.”
Paysend Business offers an affordable fee structure and a personal account manager that will resolve the issues of SMEs, if any, in real-time. Small and mediums enterprises will also offer a smooth checkout experience to their consumers via plugin integrations with e-com platforms like Woocommerce.