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Tipalti joins forces with FloQast, Affise, and Myers-Holum

Thursday 7 May 2020 11:35 CET | News

Payables automation platform Tipalti has unveiled three new strategic partnerships to modernise finance operations for startups and midsized companies. 

FloQast is a financial close management software company that allows accountants to close faster and more accurately, while Affise is a SaaS marketing platform created for affiliate marketers. Myers-Holum is a provider of technology solutions that solve real-world business problems. 

FloQast provides a single place to manage the month-end close while giving everyone visibility. Accounting teams who rely on FloQast are able to close three days faster, and those who use both FloQast and Tipalti have the ability to facilitate their accounts payable processes and further expedite their closing times. Also, the company’s solutions allow audit readiness, reduce fraud risk, and further speed the close process. 

The Affise platform allows affiliate marketers to create, kickstart, and manage their networks. This partnership will help Affise clients to facilitate their performance-to-pay workflow and engender affiliate trust through payment timeliness, accuracy, and visibility.
Myers-Holum (MHI) uses end-to-end strategy, architecture, and implementation of enterprise applications and data management solutions to solve real-world business problems and drive efficiency. Clients will benefit from this partnership through MHI’s deep understanding of their business objectives paired with the value Tipalti delivers with its payables automation solution.  


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Keywords: Tipalti, partnerships, FloQast, Affise, Myers-Holum, startups, finance operations, accounts payable, management, markets, fraud, risks
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