March 25, 2022
Zimpler goes live with instant business-to-business transactions - retailer Stick first to join
Stockholm, 25 March 2022 – Leading Swedish fintech Zimpler announces today that its new B2B payment solution has gone live. Retailer Stick is the first merchant to offer Zimpler’s solution to customers in Sweden. The collaboration is enabled by Zimpler’s partner Briqpay, a payment platform for B2B e-commerce.
Zimpler’s B2B payment is designed to simplify in- and outgoing payments for merchants. Previous means of carrying out B2B transactions, such as invoices and company cards, require heavier administrative resources. With B2B payments, every transaction is instant and directly connected to the merchant's corporate bank account. No extra manual steps are needed.
Fredrik Rubin, Director New Solutions Sales at Zimpler, says: “It is great to have Stick onboard, and we are truly excited to support them in their sales ambitions now and in the future! It is thrilling to see that we are now launching a product that can fill a void in the market. The use cases for instant payments are infinite and the ultimate goal is simple - fast and frictionless payments while increasing conversion.”
Karl Holm, CEO at Stick, says: “We are excited to be the first retailer integrating Zimpler’s B2B payments solution. Working within B2B, we have seen a gap when it comes to payments. Why shouldn’t B2B merchants have the same user experience we would expect as end users? This is a great way for us to improve our cash flow, and not waste time with administration.”
For more information:
Communications Specialist, Zimpler
+46 (0) 72 888 42 05
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Zimpler is a fast-growing fintech company creating simpler and more secure transactions for companies and people around the world. Zimpler is currently available in Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Germany, and the Netherlands.