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Abymap and Nordigen team up for open banking

Source: Nordigen

Abymap has partnered with freemium open banking provider Nordigen for direct access to customer bank accounts.

Abymap is a French financial software firm that was launched in 2020 by accountant Agnès Bichon and IT specialist Matthieu Paris. The two experts identified common challenges within existing accounting systems and the lack of clarity that was often present in these solutions. They also regularly observed how laborious and time-consuming administrative tasks are for small business owners. This resulted in them creating Ana, an ERP accounting platform that aims to simplify the day-to-day tasks of entrepreneurs and freelancers.

The solution is packed with features that help to stay on top of all financial processes, including generating invoices directly from quotes, calculating tax and pre-filling VAT declarations, product and inventory management, cash flow tracking, and more.

"Ana was created to help streamline enterprise resource planning and save time for busy small business owners. We value innovation and solutions that will help automate processes and add more data to our intuitive platform, which is why we decided to partner with Nordigen and implement their open banking solution," says Agnès Bichon, co-founder of Abymap.

The Nordigen integration enables Ana users to connect their business bank accounts directly to the platform through open banking APIs. Through the APIs financial data can be imported automatically into the ERP and customers can view and manage their finances using Ana’s dashboard.

"Small business owners have a lot on their plates and any solution that is able to help them manage day-to-day processes is incredibly beneficial. We are delighted to be Abymap’s chosen open banking provider, helping to further automate their procedures and enable them to provide their clients with the most straightforward way to manage their finances," explains Rolands Mesters, co-founder and CEO of Nordigen. 

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