B2B Payments

GoDaddy Set To Help SMBs ‘Get Paid’

Technology provider GoDaddy announced today on a company blog post that it had a new innovation designed to help small businesses “get paid anytime, anywhere, and by any digital method.”

The feature is called “Get Paid,” and lets small business owners create and send invoices and estimates, accept all payment types on any device, and set up recurring invoices. Additionally, the statement explained that SMB executives can bill expenses back to clients, manage weekly sales and expenses and track billable and non-billable time.

According to GoDaddy, 45 percent of small businesses identify late payments as a major pain point. That is why the organization wanted to create a tool that helps small businesses collect payments.

GoDaddy SVP of Applications Steven Aldrich said in a company release that his organization knew that getting paid was a top priority for its’ customers.

“When we heard from customers that they want to offer their clients more ways to pay, we set out to create a best-in-class solution to ensure easy access to all the tools they need to collect payments quickly and efficiently,” he said.

GoDaddy partnered with PayPal, Dwolla and Stripe in order to make the feature possible, according to the release.

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