Judopay partners with Tide

Source: Judopay

Judopay, a leading mobile payments provider has today announced it has partnered with business banking fintech, Tide.

Starting immediately, the partnership enables all Judopay clients to benefit from a year’s free money transfers when they sign up to a Tide business account through Judopay.

Judopay seeks to drive greater sales and repeat purchase for its clients and it does this by creating seamless payment experiences that remove friction and reduce shopping cart abandonment - now it can add access to Tide business accounts to its repertoire. This offering will be open to all clients as soon as they are processing with the payments provider.

Tide’s quick and easy set-up means businesses can create a current account in minutes. Tide offers a range of business banking services including invoicing, expense management and access to business loans in addition to business current accounts. This latest partnership highlights both Judopay’s and Tide’s continued efforts to make great payment experiences the norm for every business.

Jeremy Nicholds CEO of Judopay said:
“We’re delighted that we can now give our clients access to Tide’s excellent banking services. It’s important for us to partner with like-minded companies and Tide is a great example of one that shares our same values. Like Judopay, they care about supporting their clients' growth and simply providing a better service. We hope this exciting partnership will support our clients grow even further as we head into 2020.”

Millie Hunter Partnerships Lead at Tide said:
“We know how time consuming running a business can be, so we aim to save our members as much time and money as possible, so they can get back to doing what they love. It's great to work with Judopay, knowing that they too are focused on SME growth. We cannot wait to help their clients even further through the partnership!”

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