Rapyd Unveils “B2B Payments Infrastructure of the Future” to Support Global B2B Commerce and Trade Platforms

The global firm Fintech Services, Rapyd, today announced improvements to industry-leading Disburse and Collect Platforms, bringing innovations above B2B companies to buy and pay customers as customers pay for a better world.

Rapyd has expanded its Delivery capabilities to 200+ countries, allowing organizations to make payments by running a business. Currencies include USD, EUR, GBP, and SGD anywhere in the world, with large local and local currencies. In addition, Rapyd customers are now able to share with Real-Time Payments (RTP) in 50+ countries around the world for maximum value. Control and maintenance during payment.

To increase their B2B payment acceptance offer, Rapyd customers are now able to use Virtual Accounts to accept Singapore and European payments to pay their preferred fees.

B2B e-commerce and online marketing platforms have generated about 4X revenue from sales worldwide to customers, and B2B e-Commerce continues to grow during a disaster. The global B2B e-commerce market is expected to reach $ 20.9 million by 2027, rising at a combined annual rate of 17.5% (CAGR) from 2020 to 2027, according to Grand View Research [1].

With Rapyd, B2B buyers and sellers in Asia and around the world have more paid stations than any other company, but can now use one, to create a solution-based solution to serve different countries, currencies. , industries types, and many trades.

About Rapyd

Rapyd is the fastest way to get local payments anywhere in the world, allowing companies around the world to reach the market faster than ever before. Using Rapyd’s unique payment network and fintech as a service, businesses, and customers can do business locally and externally in any market. Rapyd’s platform integrates payment systems around the world by integrating 900 payment systems — including over 100 countries. Rapyd’s portfolio includes Stripe, General Catalyst, Oak HC / FT, Coatue, Tiger Global, Durable Capital, Target Global, Fidelity Management and Research Company, Altimeter Capital, BlackRock Funds, and Tal Capital.

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