Zil Money & Plexe to streamline access to working capital for businesses
By Delisha Fernandes
Zil Money, a B2B payments platform, has partnered with Plexe to make it easy for businesses to access working capital. This collaboration streamlines the process of obtaining a line of credit from Plexe. Users can verify their business information and bank details on the platform without complications.
The partnership of Zil Money with Plexe provides fast and hassle-free access to funds. Businesses can immediately transfer funds to their linked bank accounts after approval. This efficient process helps businesses access capital quickly, which allows them to seize opportunities and effortlessly overcome financial challenges.
Zil Money has stated, “The partnership with Plexe helps simplify businesses’ working capital acquisition process. With the combined expertise and technology, the platform aims to empower businesses to thrive by providing them with the necessary financial resources precisely when required.”
Zil Money’s user-friendly accounting features and transparent pricing help freelancers and small businesses. By integrating with leading accounting software, Zil Money enhances its capabilities, helping businesses streamline their financial operations and improve financial management efficiency.
The B2B payments platform integrates with popular accounting software Sage, Xero, QuickBooks, Zoho, Gusto, Zapier, Bill.com, etc., to streamline business payments. The cloud-based platform provides various payment options, including ACH, printed checks, emailed checks, mailing checks, wire transfers, RTP, payment links, international payments, wallet-to-wallet transfers, QR code payments, and more. Users can select their preferred payment methods for cost-effective transactions.
Zil Money and Plexe partnership marks a significant step towards enhancing the financial well-being of businesses by streamlining access to working capital. This collaboration reflects their commitment to supporting business growth and economic prosperity.
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