In addition, says Visa, it is partnering with fintech provider Bottomline Technologies (Portsmouth, NH), which currently serves 1,200 financial institutions providing technology that "helps make complex business payments simple, smart, and secure." Bottomline is working with Visa to be the first partner to integrate its solution with B2B Connect, allowing its financial institutions who participate in B2B Connect to gain easy access to the B2B Connect platform without requiring complex technology updates.
Visa B2B Connect is set to launch in the first quarter of 2019.
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