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Billtrust Hit $100 billion in 2022 And Other Digital Transactions News briefs from 3/31/23

  • Business-to-business bill-payments provider Billtrust announced its dollar volume in 2022 exceeded $100 billion, up 35% over 2021 and the first time the company has reached the $100-billion mark in a year.
  • PayTech Women, formerly Wnet, released its 2022 Annual Report, which provides an overview of the organization’s activities and impact.
  • General Agents Acceptance Corp., which provides loans to policyholders to cover their insurance premiums, said it chose Input 1 Payments to process its credit and debit card payments.
  • Canada-based payments-technology provider Quisitive Technology Solutions Inc. announced new contracts with three unnamed clients for its Spyglass security software: a financial-services company, a city in the United States, and an enterprise retailer.
  • Pushpay, a payments provider for churches and nonprofits, announced new products unveiled during the first quarter, including pledging with recurring payments, which allows users to create a pledge with or without a scheduled gift.
  • Cryptocurrency platform Coinbase has hired former Shopify executive Lucas Matheson as its country director, based in Ottawa, Canada. The company said earlier this week it is prepared to challenge a possible enforcement action from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission alleging violations of federal securities laws.

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