Weavr announced the launch of 3 new Financial Plug-ins
By Joy Dumasia
Weavr has announced the latest evolution of its Plug-and-Play Finance solution with three Financial Plug-ins, which provide the essential tools digital businesses need to offer financial services. In weeks, businesses can be up and running, providing their customers with financial services. In comparison to traditional Banking as a Service (BaaS) solutions, Weavr’s products allow this process to happen at a fraction of the speed and cost, significantly lowering the barriers to market entry for innovative minds across sectors.
The bottom line for businesses is that they can launch, validate and multiply the revenue per user from financial services with comparatively low time and resource commitments. The three Financial Plug-ins are already providing powerful financial capabilities for digital businesses across various sectors. Recently, they have been deployed by leading innovators across sectors, including the freelancer cash-flow app, MONET, a universal invoice-netting solution, Troc Circle, and finway, a financial management platform for SMEs.
The three Financial Plug-ins are highly accessible in how they can be implemented and their pricing structure. Weavr’s tailored pricing models make them accessible for businesses at all stages of growth. As a result, the company is helping innovators maximise their return on investment and funding, which are increasingly important amid current economic uncertainty.
The three Financial Plug-ins launched are:
The Worker Finance Plug-in enables platforms to power payments for freelancers, gig workers, creators, and influencers of any type. Platform builders can add the financial infrastructure freelancers need to manage cash flow, make payments, reduce admin, and much more, all of which allows them to focus on more important tasks, such as growing revenues.
BaaS solutions are creating an innovation bottleneck, exacerbated by time-consuming and costly integrations. By contrast, Weavr’s Financial Plug-ins make embedding powerful financial services fast and easy, allowing innovative businesses to deploy new services that can increase revenue per customer by 2x to 5x. Moreover, Weavr takes care of all regulatory compliance, allowing companies to focus instead on economic performance and product development.
Alex Mifsud, Co-founder and CEO at Weavr, commented: “Today, we take a major step towards delivering on our promise to provide a radically simpler way to embed finance. We do that by curating financial engines for specific types of use, whether that’s accounting software saving time and reducing errors for their business customer by integrating payment to suppliers, HR systems empowering any employee to make payments with control but without bureaucracy or even powering up platforms for the creator economy with much-needed financial services tailored for influencers and other creators. Through the launch of our Financial Plug-ins, businesses can benefit in the very short term from adding financial services to their applications, thanks to their simplicity and cost-efficiency.
In the past, the cost of building financial infrastructure has been prohibitive, and running it entails the significant and ongoing burden of regulatory compliance, risk management and data security. Our innovative solutions remove these obstacles, as Weavr shoulders all of them for innovators. Our approach is to make embedding finance simple and accessible to all innovators, helping them to overcome the traditional BaaS barriers and accelerate real-world benefits.”
Recently, IBS Intelligence reported that Plug-and-Play Finance provider, Weavr announced its launch in Lisbon, Portugal. In recent times, Portugal has become a noted hub for startups, and the number of startups per capita in the country is currently 13% higher than the average in Europe.
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