TreviPay had quite the year in 2019, complete with important product developments, several event appearances, and plenty of partnerships formed. With such a successful year coming to an end, we still expect 2020 to be that much better.
TreviPay has seen many improvements over the course of the year. Customers can now be onboarded quickly and receive credit decisioning in under 30 seconds and get intelligent credit line increases later. Plus, B2B buyer-specific checkout APIs now incorporate purchase order information and invoice notes. Sellers are able to be paid by TreviPay in as little as 48 hours and have an online portal for complete transparency on all accounts.
TreviPay also released a TreviPay plug-in for the Magento eCommerce platform. Now, merchants using Magento can easily extend terms to buyers by simply adding the plugin, a tool within the TreviPay suite, at checkout. This plug-in both authenticates and determines the correct credit line while a transaction is processing.
In May, TreviPay was selected to demo TreviPay at FinovateSpring in San Francisco. Members of the TreviPay team presented the power of TreviPay for over 1,300 senior financial and banking leaders, venture capitalists, analysts, industry media members, and entrepreneurs.
Senior Director of Global Marketing, Michelle Faul, presented at eCommerce Expo in London in September. She covered crucial topics such as optimizing the eCommerce strategy to meet the needs of B2B buyers, what elements to include at checkout and why it’s imperative to get it right.
TreviPay secured a number of highly valuable partnerships during 2019. In July, TreviPay announced 4Business, a partnership with global B2B marketing agency SCHERMER. This partnership enables traditional B2C brands to move into the B2B space through custom digital solutions and establish an omni-channel purchasing experience.
Additionally, TreviPay announced a partnership with Classy Llama, a full-service eCommerce agency in November. Through this partnership, organizations will be able to offer alternative payment options as part of a robust, omni-channel shopping experience.
A partnership with Arcadier was also announced in early November. Arcadier, the world’s fastest-growing SaaS marketplace builder, and TreviPay will bring the ease of paying by invoice at checkout to merchants on the platform.
Looking Towards 2020
The coming year should only bring more positive news. TreviPay President, Brandon Spear, expects big things to come. “TreviPay has really begun to gain traction with our target customers as well a community of analysts and journalists in 2019,” said Spear. “We expect 2020 to be a breakout year for our TreviPay offering, with many customers realizing the benefits of our solution to help them grow, service their customers better and have to remove costs from their operations. We could not be more excited about what 2020 will bring!”
TreviPay can take your operations to the next level in 2020. Ready to learn more? Schedule a demo today!