Today, EedenBull, the leading fintech specialising in B2B commercial payments technology, has announced a partnership with Sparebanken Vest, Norway’s third largest savings bank to provide industry leading banking services technology to its 13,600 business customers across Western Norway.
Working with Eedenbull will enable Sparebanken Vest’s business customers to utilise EedenBull’s commercial payments technology, modernising cash flow management and providing automated technology to process payments and cross border transactions.
The technology will be integrated with Sparebanken Vest existing platforms and customers will benefit from reduced complexity and an enhanced end-user experience for their payments and banking services. Sparebanken Vest's customers will now be able to:
• Simplify all expense, travel, and invoice management
Give businesses greater control over all their expenses
Give business comprehensive payment solution
Simplify the businesses’ finance operations
Give company employees a better solution for their business-related expenses
Manage expense reporting automatically while on-the-go
Nicki Bisgaard, CEO and Co-Founder of EedenBull, said: “We are delighted to announce our new partnership with Sparebanken Vest. It is our mission to revolutionise the way business banking services work and through this partnership that is becoming a reality for Sparebanken Vest’s customers. Sparebanken Vest is committed to offering its customers the best support and technology and we are doing that together. The integration of our services will enable businesses across Norway to automate many banking and expenses tasks that can be a drain on a company’s time, freeing them up to focus on other priorities.
Ørjan Karlsen, Head of Payments at Sparebanken Vest, commented: “We have long been searching for a partner to offer services that will help simplify our business customers’ everyday life day when it comes to payments and expenses. We are very excited to have found that partner in EedenBull, which in addition to being highly innovative and agile, also has its origin in Norway."