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Bottomline Technologies

Bottomline Technologies (NASDAQ: EPAY) helps businesses pay and get paid. Businesses and banks rely on Bottomline for domestic and international payments, effective cash management tools, automated workflows for payment processing and bill review and state of the art fraud detection, behavioural analytics and regulatory compliance.

Bottomline Technologies (NASDAQ: EPAY) helps businesses pay and get paid. Businesses and banks rely on Bottomline for domestic and international payments, effective cash management tools, automated workflows for payment processing and bill review and state of the art fraud detection, behavioural analytics and regulatory compliance.

More than 10,000 corporations, financial institutions, and banks benefit from Bottomline solutions. Headquartered in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, we delight our customers through offices across the United States, Europe, and Asia-Pacific.

For more information, visit bottomline.com.

Our vision

While consumer payments are ubiquitous and frictionless, business payments can still be obscure and counter-intuitive. The inherent complexities of larger transaction volumes, proliferated ledgers and regulatory oversight have held back B2B payments. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Bottomline exists to delight our customers, by overcoming friction and making the complex, simple.

Our expertise

We innovate and deliver game-changing technology designed to delight customers and help them grow their business. Based on our deep market knowledge combined with development and business expertise, we constantly set, anticipate, and respond to changing industry and organisational demands.

  • Payments and Cash Management: Improve Payments and Cash management processes departmentally or around the globe, including Bacs-accredited solutions for UK payments, Direct Debit Management for companies of all sizes, automation for streamlined workflows and international payment solutions.
  • Cyber Fraud and Risk Management: Ensure regulatory compliance and stop fraudulent activity and data theft with protection against cyber-attacks, insider threats, web and mobile fraud, payment fraud, and money laundering.
  • Financial Messaging: Securely communicate, reconcile, and manage financial transactions within and between banks, financial institutions, and corporates both locally and internationally.

For more information, visit bottomline.com.

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