Volopa selects Yapily for seamless Open Banking finance experience
By Gloria Methri
Volopa, the London-based FinTech firm has announced a strategic partnership with open banking API provider Yapily. The collaboration aims to streamline the funding journey for Volopa’s UK clients, delivering a seamless payment experience for finance teams.
Volopa has streamlined the process for its clients to fund payments and top up their company wallets without having to exit the Volopa platform. With the help of Yapily, clients can effortlessly load company wallets and fund international payments through a user-friendly embedded journey.
The Easy Transfer feature in Volopa, enabled by Yapily Payments, simplifies the funding process by connecting clients to their bank accounts for authorisation of transfers. Combined with other capabilities on the platform, this integration saves time and effort for Volopa clients when it comes to managing their accounts.
The new Open Banking feature on Volopa’s platform works in harmony with other key aspects to enhance user experience. In the realm of Cards & Expense Management, it complements the ‘Fund Wallet Reminders’ by ensuring that clients are promptly notified if their balance drops below their preferred level. Additionally, with international payments, this integration empowers clients to efficiently utilise Volopa’s capability for same-day international payments across a wide range of payment corridors.
“As we strive to make Volopa the go-to platform for payments and expense management, simplifying the funding journey is a key milestone. By partnering with Yapily, Volopa’s UK clients can now load their Company Wallets and fund their International Payments through an embedded user journey that is simple to follow,” said Ali Al Bajati, Head of Product at Volopa.
Yapily’s extensive bank coverage and streamlined API integration will empower Volopa to provide unparalleled services to both new and existing customers in their core markets. This integration with Yapily, will initially launch in the UK and later expand to key markets in the European Economic Area (EEA).
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