Merchant Innovation Launches iOS App To Help SMBs Pay On The Go

Digital payments company announced the launch of its iOS mobile app yesterday (July 9), which is designed to give small businesses access to its mobile solution for paying and managing bills on the go.

The announcement comes at a time when the company is striving to automate the entire end-to-end accounts payables and receivables process from any device at any time, adding convenience for its small business customers while enhancing the way bills are digitally approved and paid.

“We are in the midst of a tremendous shift as the world of payments becomes digital and increasingly mobile,” René Lacerte, CEO of, said in a company release.

“At, we are making sure no business is left behind. That is why we are so thrilled to introduce a new mobile platform. It is built on the platform to provide small and medium-sized businesses with a fast, secure and easy way to manage payments from their mobile device,” Lacerte explained.

The iOS mobile app is designed to provide small business owners with the solutions they desire, ones that are secure, built for the cloud and mobile, the company confirmed.

Within the app, users will find tools to manage bills, view payments, make informed payments decisions, adjust payment amounts and originate payments from multiple bank accounts. According to, the mobile solution has the potential to save small business owners up to 50–70 percent of the time needed to perform the same tasks with traditional bookkeeping methods.

The mobile app is available only on iOS, but the company plans to bring the app to Android in the coming months. The iOS version is free for existing users and is optimized for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

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