Brex leverages i2c payments platform

Source: i2c

i2c, a leading global provider of digital banking and payments processing technology and infrastructure, is proud to announce that Brex, the corporate card that accelerates entrepreneurs and scaling businesses, is leveraging the i2c payment platform to power the next phase of growth and rapid innovation.

As Brex has skyrocketed in popularity, so too has the maturity of its client base. As a result, Brex has expanded its initial offering, which addressed the needs of early stage startups, to address both the evolving needs of its existing clients and a new segment to drive growth for the company. Brex now focuses on larger tech companies including ecommerce brands and businesses in the life sciences industry. Features include more detailed accounting controls, the ability to review and approve purchases, and integrations with popular accounting solutions.

“Brex’s focus on innovation in corporate credit cards aligns well with i2c’s mission to provide the most configurable and stable payments platform in the industry,” said Joseph DeRosa, EVP of Global Sales at i2c. “i2c’s ability to manage flexible corporate account structures, department and employee level control, and easy administration of expenses is a perfect fit.”

i2c’s agile payment platform offers advanced APIs and a robust suite of program management tools and controls which allows issuers and program managers to quickly launch programs, customize card features and functionality, and effectively communicate with cardholders to drive growth and best of class payment products in an everchanging market.

“Working with i2c has been a great enhancement to our payments processing capabilities,” said Cosmin Nicolaescu, Vice President of Engineering at Brex. “i2c’s flexible issuer processing platform gives us room to expand faster than before. This will enable Brex to deliver more innovative solutions to an even broader range of customers moving forward.”

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