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Spenda – helping businesses work smarter and get paid faster

Fintech Australia
4 July - 2 min read

Today, B2B trade faces a significant obstacle as many businesses continue to rely on disparate and unconnected software systems to handle different aspects of their operations. This leads to the formation of business silos and isolated systems, resulting in inefficiency and high costs. Traditional approaches to invoice management and payments also tend to be labour-intensive, time-consuming, and prone to errors.

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