Airbase provides a spend management platform for mid-market and enterprise companies. Its corporate cards are software-enabled, which means they capture and transmit spending data. Automated approval workflows map to company policies and accounting entries flow automatically to the general ledger. The platform handles all non-payroll spend, including corporate cards, bill payments, purchase orders, and employee expense reimbursements.
Cybercriminals are growing increasingly wily, so risk managers must wear a variety of hats to combat all manner of risk effectively, says Airbase’s Tom Frantz.
The vibes coming off of fintech investors today are very different than the ones we felt earlier this year.
Corporate management startup Ramp says it has seen its business grow exponentially across all segments in 2022 so far.
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Today in B2B payments, companies are tapping into the cash reserves they built over the pandemic, while Synchrony and Fiserv collaborate on BNPL offering.
Spend management platform Airbase has secured $150 million in debt financing led by Goldman Sachs, which it will use to expand its charge card program.
In 2021, fintech startups were the biggest recipients of venture funding. In 2022, the sector is tops when it comes to laying off employees.
Adaptive has set out to give construction teams better tools to manage their back offices, raising $6.5 million in a seed round led by a16z.
Spend management Fintech Airbase founder and CEO Thejo Kote recently commented on the latest development from Fintech firm Brex.