Today In B2B: Mastercard Boosts SMB Perks; Commercial Cards Drive Industry Collaboration


Today in B2B payments, Mastercard elevated perks for small business cardholders, while Corserv discusses commercial cards’ impact on industry collaboration and competition. Plus, BlackLine launches an accounts receivable tool, Yooz debuts its accounts payable solution, and Lendica collaborates to finance the legal cannabis market.

Commercial Cards Fuel Next Wave of Bank-FinTech Competition

BlackLine Introduces Accounts Receivable Insights Product

Accounting software provider BlackLine, Inc. has debuted its BlackLine AR Intelligence offering, which lets clients control financial risks and opportunities through access to live and actionable data, according to a Thursday (April 1) announcement. Over $187 billion in payments were applied via its BlackLine Cash Application last year, and clients can receive business insights by adding BlackLine AR Intelligence.

Mastercard Rolls out New Digital Rewards for SMB Cardholders

Yooz Debuts New AP Automation for Corporates

Cloud-based purchase-to-pay automation software company Yooz is rolling out Yooz Rising, its new accounts payable automation software, a press release from Thursday (April 1) said. With the software will come a redesign of the user experience and real-time automation, which will provide richer functioning in invoice processing, the release said, enabling accounting and finance departments to automate the entire invoice system.

Lendica Partnerships Could Boost Cannabis Industry Capital

Automated financing platform Lendica, which works specifically with the cannabis, hemp, cannabidiol (CBD) and other high-growth industries, has announced a suite of partnerships to help those businesses access capital, a press release said on Thursday (April 1). Lendica’s proprietary application center will be able to help dispensaries, brands, cultivators and other similar businesses seamlessly connect data.

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