" class="no-js "lang="en-US"> Melio Launches International Payments To Over 70 Countries
Monday, January 30, 2023
Saltedge Report

Melio Launches International Payments To Over 70 Countries

Melio, a leading B2B payments platform for small businesses, today announced the launch of international payments, enabling U.S. small businesses to make payments abroad with ease and build resiliency in their supply chains. By July 1, Meliocustomers will be able to pay suppliers in over 70 countries, including main import markets.

Small businesses are withstanding the brunt of supply chain disruptions with 63% saying they have had to alter their supply chains in the past six months. Cross-border payments made by small businesses have been growing sharply but many small businesses lack the infrastructure to process complex international payments. Melio’s international payments solution widens the number of vendors that its customers can conduct business with, enabling them to better compete in the global marketplace.

“As Melio continues to scale rapidly we are growing our product and R&D team in order to expand our product offering for small businesses,” said Ilan Atias, Melio’s co-founder and CTO. “I am pleased that Melio has reached this milestone of enabling payments to over 70 countries, which will provide small businesses with more flexibility to expand their pool of suppliers abroad and with room to innovate.”

Melio provides a single, integrated payments solution that allows small businesses to quickly and seamlessly transfer and receive payments – helping with cash flow needs, eliminating late payment costs, and giving businesses back valuable time.

People In This Post

Companies In This Post

  1. Insurtech COVU Leverages OpenAI to Streamline Insurance Agency Operations Read more
  2. Experts Reveal That Adding a Named Driver to Your Annual Policy Could Put Your No Claims Discount at Risk Read more
  3. ID-Pal partners with Keystone Property Finance to streamline the client onboarding process for mortgage brokers and borrowers Read more
  4. Nexar Teams Up with Cover Whale to Ensure Safer Rides for Insured Truck Drivers Read more
  5. TransUnion Appoints Linda Zukauckas to its Board of Directors Read more
Paris Fintech Forum
More On