Toronto, ON – July 20, 2016 – Versapay Corporation (TSXV: VPY) ("Versapay" or the "Company"), a leading provider of cloud-based invoicing, accounts receivable management and payment solutions, today provided investors with an updated view into how the Company has grown thus far in 2016.
There are now 70 suppliers signed on to use ARCTM, the Company’s accounts receivable automation platform, up from 43 suppliers in April.
- 34 of these suppliers are mid to large enterprise customers using the full version of ARC™ including a Versapay connector that integrates with their ERP system
- 36 are small businesses using ARC Lite, the standalone version of the service which allows manual invoice creation and automatic generation of recurring invoices within the system
- 55 suppliers are now live, an increase of more than 65% in the past 3 months
- End customers on the ARC platform has grown to 22,900, representing growth of more than 30% in the past 3 months
- Invoices received by ARC customers has grown to more than 510,000 from 396,000 in April, for a 3-month growth rate of nearly 29%
- Payments made on the platform have again doubled in 3 months, rising to $45.8 million
“We have continued to see strong growth in the number of companies and users on the platform, the volume of invoices being published to customers, and the number and size of payments being made on ARC in this most recent quarter,” said Craig O’Neill, CEO of Versapay. “Most of this growth is driven by suppliers that have been live for one or more quarters, so we expect to see these growth rates increase nicely as the number of new suppliers going live accelerates.”
Versapay is a leading cloud-based invoice presentment and payment provider for businesses of all sizes. Versapay’s ARC software-as-a-service offering allows businesses to easily deliver customized electronic invoices to their customers, to accept credit card and EFT payments and automatically reconcile payments to their ERP and accounting software. Versapay is headquartered in Toronto, Canada and also has operations in Montreal.
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