MineralTree announced today the availability of new purchase order (PO) matching and PO-to-Invoice reconciliation enhancements.
Payment automation technology firm MineralTree announced a strategic alliance with Visa that will give more of MineralTree’s clients access to Visa Payables Solutions.
MineralTree announced a collaboration with Visa with a goal of helping corporates pay their suppliers by virtual card. Their partnership will create a platform in which Visa’s Payables solutions and card technology integrates into MineralTree’s AP management tool.
The partnership allows financial institutions to earn interchange revenue by providing a Visa card option their customers can add into their existing set of AP payment methods.
MineralTree announced a strategic alliance with Visa to integrate the MineralTree platform with Visa Payables Solutions to drive the growth of Accounts Payable (AP) payments using commercial virtual cards.
MineralTree won the Innovation Technology of the Year: FinTech Award at the 2016 MassTLC Technology Leadership Awards Gala in Boston.
Express Locations, the leading T-Mobile Premium Retailer (TPR) for T-Mobile USA, has transformed its invoice-to-payment process with MineralTree Invoice-to-Pay for QuickBooks.
When it comes to small and mid-size companies, banks can and should be a source for more than just payments and transfers. There is a huge opportunity to be generating more revenue for the bank and to make themselves an indispensable part of the client’s business operations.
Ariett, a leading provider of Cloud Purchase and Expense software, and MineralTree announced a strategic partnership to offer payment processing within the Ariett application suite delivered through MineralTree’s payment processing platform.
Saving money, saving time, reducing errors — it’s a no-brainer, so SMEs need to automate, they say. According to V1, 95 percent of companies are still using some kind of paper-based, manual process to pay suppliers and reconcile their payments.
Every business does business with at least one other business. Accounts payable automation is the process of turning the repetitive nature of accounts payable into a system that runs itself – basically.
Online banking, electronic bill pay, and mobile deposits are no longer seen as innovative offerings by consumers. They’re simply check boxes—a bare minimum set of tools and services that they expect their bank to offer.
Bill Price, CFO of MineralTree, a leading AP software provider, sat down with Aberdeen to talk about his current role at MineralTree, his thoughts on IPO and blockchain, and advice for new CFO’s.
A new report from AP management firm MineralTree argues that the extra padding provided by the sluggish pace of paper checks is no longer worth the extra time a company gains.
Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA), a national non-profit group transforming the culture of youth sports, has streamlined its invoice-to- pay process and eliminated paper checks with MineralTree Invoice-to-Pay.
The Electronic Payments Association® announced the finalists for the NACHA Challenge, a team competition to foster new ways to improve the ACH end-user experience. MineralTree is 1 of 3 Finalists announced.
MineralTree announced that its founder and CEO, BC Krishna is speaking in two sessions at NACHA’s Payments 2016 conference to share insights about the future of business payments.
In today’s golden age of big data and analytics, banks need to leverage far more than just revenue figures to better understand their customers. By failing to fully understand customers, banks won’t be able to serve customers well.
MineralTree has expanded their Partner Program for Resellers and Business Process Outsourcers (BPOs) to help meet the technology needs of growing companies.
MineralTree and City National Bank (CNB) have received Bank Director’s Best of FinXTech Award for their joint solution to streamline the invoice-to-pay process for B2B customers.
Technology has always been integral to banking, bringing both speed and efficiency to a transaction-intensive business. Bank Director held its second annual FinTech Day and MineralTree was honored with an award for their work with City National Bank.
JustGive, a nonprofit for online giving, partnered with MineralTree, to automate 61,000 payments to charities each year and is saving nearly $75,000 annually.
Quickfire Restaurants CEO Michael Kornman believes in working smarter, not harder – that’s why he runs a remarkably efficient, technology-enabled operation. However, the way Quickfire paid the 120 invoices that each of its three restaurants received every month was a time consuming and largely manual process.
MineralTree, Inc. makes it to CFO Tech Outlook’s Top 10 Accounting Solution Providers list for its expertise in leveraging technology to improve payments and its easiest-to-use mobile and online AP automation software for finance professionals.
A new MineralTree study, Exploring the Invoice-to-Pay Process, uncovers attitudes and preferences among accounting and accounts payable (AP) professionals in the United States.
MineralTree announced that it has strengthened integration with Intacct to provide increased functionality for users of the cloud-based ERP and accounting software.
MineralTree, the accounts payable (AP) and payment automation solution provider for growing companies, has been selected as a winner in the category of Best B2B Technology at the 2015 MITX Awards. MITX is one of the largest and most prestigious annual awards competitions in the country for digital innovation.
MineralTree today announced a partnership program to help Finance and Accounting Outsourcers (FAOs) bring greater value, efficiency and security to their customers.
MineralTree, the accounts payable (AP) and payment automation solution provider for growing companies, today announced it was recognized for its leadership with the “Payments Platform” category and named to the 2015 AlwaysOnFinance Top 100 list.
MineralTree, a Boston-area company that focuses on accounts payable for growing and mid-size businesses, has received an $11.1 million Series B investment led by First Data, a company that is no stranger to the world of payments.
MineralTree, a Cambridge-based accounts payable and payment automation technology company, said Wednesday that it raised $11.1 million in Series B funding led by First Data, an Atlanta-based payments technology company.
B2B payments startup MineralTree, which offers accounts payable services for growing and mid-size businesses, has raked in $11.1 million in an investment round led by payments processor First Data.
MineralTree, the accounts payable (AP) and payment automation solution provider for growing companies, today announced an $11.1 million Series B investment led by First Data, the global leader in payment technology and services solutions.