Remitter to Partner With Visa Ready Program for Expansion

Remitter Partner Visa Collections

Remitter, a digital communication platform which uses artificial intelligence (AI), has partnered with the Visa Ready Fintech Enablement Certification Program, according to a Tuesday (Nov. 16) press release.

Remitter’s services are used to help collect late payments, which the company posits are a constant issue for businesses that add to cash flow problems, eventually forcing some companies to close.

In turn, Remitter’s technology purports to increase collections, shorten time-to-payment and cut down collection costs.

The Visa program allows acceleration of growth with certification guidelines, greater access to Visa products and go-to-market expertise. Through the partnership, Remitter will be able to expand its work, get more clients and have the Visa backing to use to get more partners, the release says.

“Visa Ready certification is a significant tick of approval that Remitter’s solution meets Visa’s global standards around security and functionality,” says Dave Snow, EVP of Sales at Remitter. “Remitter will be featured in Visa’s partner directory, giving us much more visibility, and allowing Visa Ready customers access to the full suite of Remitter solutions.”

In other Visa-related news, the payments giant has debuted a set of benefits focused on sustainability that will let account holders sync with more green consumption habits.

Read more: Visa Eco Benefits Allows Consumers to See Environmental Impact of Purchases

Called Visa Eco Benefits, it will allow issuers to add sustainability benefits to credit and debit policies, with cardholders also being able to see their ecological impact.

That will include a carbon footprint calculator to show a user’s estimated carbon footprint, carbon offsets that let users improve their greenhouse gas impacts, rewards for sustainable benefits and educational materials on all of it.

According to Visa Executive Vice President and CEO of Europe Charlotte Hogg, the company recognizes “the urgency of climate change and are committed to a new era of sustainable and inclusive economic growth.”