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The Green Sheet, Inc.Breaking Industry News – Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Online lender Kabbage makes payments play

Kabbage, the online lender that has been building a business in small-business financing, now wants a slice of the payment processing pie, and in particular business-to-business transactions. The company’s new Kabbage Payments aims to make getting invoices paid faster “as simple as sending a text message.” It’s being offered, at least initially, to Kabbage borrowers.

“Since 2011, we’ve helped hundreds of thousands of small businesses access over $8 billion in funding,” said Kabbage CEO Rob Frohwein. “We know first-hand a primary need is to cover cash-flow gaps while waiting to be paid. Kabbage Payments not only expands our suite of products, but the very definition of our company.”

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Spotlight Innovators

The Green SheetOnline Edition – Issue 19:11:01

Multiple ways to help merchants through natural disasters

By Patti Murphy

When a disaster hits – like a hurricane, flood or wildfire – everyone in the affected area suffers. But some suffer more than others. Business owners, in addition to dealing with the consequences for their homes and families, face the unenviable task of getting their shops back on line and recouping lost revenues.

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The Green Sheet It’s Showtime!

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Merchant Sales Podcast
Merchant Sales Podcast
November 11th, 2019
The Democratization of Consumer Financing

Learn how Flexxbuy helps ISOs and agents provide customer financing options for all manner of businesses. It can be a merchant acquisition play as well as a residual play, explains Bob Lovinger, Flexxbuy’s President. Plus James counsels managers on how to recruit high-performing sales reps, and Patti reports on an analysis of spending trends at U.S. small businesses.

NMI

Company profile from GS191101

Single-source enablement for partners

NMI has been serving ISOs, independent software vendors (ISVs), value-added resellers (VARs), and other fintech innovators with payment enablement technology since the year 2000. Based in Roselle, Ill., the company now has branches in New York City; Pleasant Grove, Utah; and Bristol, U.K. The firm processes more than $50 billion in payments annually and supports more than 1,250 technology partners and 128,000 merchants across the retail, transportation, hospitality, medical, nonprofit, parking and vending verticals.

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