"Banks and payment vendors continue to use outdated paper solutions at alarming rates. Even emails, although electronic, still must be keyed in by Accounts Receivable departments, often leading to clerical errors that delay payments. Finexio is the only solution enabling CFOs to eliminate all checks and related costs from their back office," said Ernest Rolfson, the company's Founder and CEO. "Using our API and smart payment routing technology, our customers can deliver exactly the right payment type, efficiently, and at the right time to their suppliers."
Steve MacDonald, Partner at Florida Funders, remarked that: "The team, advisory board, and investor base Finexio has attracted provides a deep bench of domain expertise that will ensure the company will execute on their vision even more rapidly in 2018 and 2019." MacDonald went on to say: "We were acutely aware of the paper payment challenges in the worker's comp, healthcare, and insurance verticals, and are excited about Finexio's unique capabilities to eliminate unnecessary payments that are mailed or faxed to medical providers."
Said James R. Heistand, Finexio's Chairman: "Finexio's customer traction and positive growth trajectory positions the company well to gain widespread market adoption. This investment validates our seed financing in 2016, and will enable a world-class team to continue to win business in important verticals such as real estate, construction, legal services, insurance, and healthcare."
Learn more about Finexio here: https://www.finexio.com.
Finexio's next generation b2b payments technology fills a critical need in the corporate payments space. In the U.S., corporations traditionally pay all suppliers with paper checks. In 2017 alone, analysts estimate that 12 trillion dollars of paper checks were issued and mailed to suppliers. Finexio's mission is to eliminate that U.S. paper check spend. Launched in early 2017 by former executives from MasterCard and Change Healthcare, Finexio provides an API used by accounts payable platforms, ERP systems, and corporations directly. The company's patent-pending technology identifies which suppliers can be paid electronically and then routes payments to suppliers without requiring bank account information. Customers rely on Finexio to pay their suppliers effectively, securely, and quickly.
Jim Heistand is President and Chief Executive Officer of Parkway, Inc. and Parkway Properties, Inc. (collectively "PKY"). Jim joined PKY through a combination with Eola Capital and founded Eola Capital in 2000 and served as chairman since its inception. Eola acquired $1.3 billion of office assets backed by PSP, GE Capital, Lehman Brothers, and others that included 13.3 million square feet in Florida, Atlanta, and Virginia. Jim currently serves on the Board of Directors of United Legacy Bank in Orlando, Florida and is a member of the Chairman's Circle of the Real Estate Advisory board for the Warrington College of Business Administration at the University of Florida.
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