PaymentEye recently had the chance to catch up with Invapay CEO Sid Vasili at our Hammersmith headquarters in London. Mr Vasili gives us an insight into Invapay’s service offerings, its ethos and how he keeps tabs on a rapidly expanding global business.
Founded in 2008, Invapay is a FCA regulated business which specialises in innovative procurement and electronic payment solutions. Global Corporations use the Invapay platform to manage purchases from tail end and one-time-only vendors from source to settle.
The cloud-based trading and payment platform is multi-language, multi-currency, multi-tax and VAT/Tax compliant, connecting corporate buyers and vendors worldwide. Invapays unique payment engines have been specifically designed to optimise commerce by driving liquidity and cash flow into supply chain communities.
Below is part one of the interview. Stay tuned for the second part of our exlcusive interview this week.
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