Rethinking Checks’ Role In B2B Payments Friction
Paymerang CEO, Nasser Chanda, recently spoke with PYMNTS about the evolution of B2B payments—in particular, the shift to electronic payments and the continuing role of traditional paper checks. Since our story began in 2010, we’ve had one simple goal in mind: to facilitate electronic supplier payments and make business payments easy, for payors and payees alike.
Paymerang recognizes that vendor relationships are the lifeblood of our clients’ businesses—happy vendors enable successful operations—and we do not want to disrupt that relationship long-term. We are flexible in working with vendors during the enrollment process, offering choice and ensuring that payment settlement is friction-less, whether by electronic payment or check. Typically, these suppliers recognize that their customers want to shift from paper checks to more secure and efficient methods of payment, such as a virtual card or ACH. Flexibility in working with vendors and persistence in settling payments has allowed Paymerang to keep vendors happy while achieving a world-class electronic payment acceptance over the years. Our payment network spans 70,000+ suppliers from coast to coast, with 75% receiving electronic payments over traditional checks.
You can view the full PYMNTS article “Rethinking Check’s Role in B2B Payments Friction”.
Today was a red-letter day at Paymerang! At a special event that included Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, we announced that Aldrich Capital Partners made a $26 million growth investment in our company. This investment will help us grow organically and through acquisitions in the Procure-to-Pay space.
You can view the full press release here.
Governor Northam met the Paymerang team and shared his delight at the innovative work we are doing for our clients across the country within healthcare, education, media, manufacturing, services and banking. Our partnership with Aldrich Capital will allow us to invest aggressively in operations, new product development and marketing. This partnership will result in over 100 new jobs over the next five years within the highly valued Fin-Tech sector.
Nasser Chanda, CEO of Paymerang, stated that Aldrich is the right investment partner for Paymerang. “When I met Mirza Baig, founding partner of Aldrich Capital, I knew that he would support us as a true partner, interested in our vision,” he said. We will accomplish great things together for our employees, our clients and our market.
Baig echoed our CEO’s comments and added, “This the largest investment that we have made in the state of Virginia and we believe whole-heartedly in the Paymerang team.” He also praised Governor Northam for his efforts to stimulate economic growth, invest in education and create 21st century jobs.
We look forward to sharing more details about this exciting new venture with Aldrich Capital in upcoming blog posts.
Too busy to launch an ePayments program?
“We are too busy right now to implement an ePayment program.” This is what we sometimes hear from prospective clients considering Paymerang’s solution. We understand that your time is very valuable. That’s why we created one of the simplest implementation processes in the industry—launching in less than 30 days and requiring less than 20 hours of staff time. But don’t take our word for it, listen to what our newly-launched clients have to say.
We asked them, “What would you tell someone considering this, but is worried they are too busy”? Here is what they said:
To view our complete 2017 Implementation Survey Results click here.