Dancerace is pleased to have joined the new WOA.Digital community – an online and in-person network dedicated to promoting and developing the digitalisation of receivable finance worldwide.
We’re thrilled to announce that Dancerace has partnered with Westpac Banking Corporation to revolutionise the bank's invoice finance system.
Leading invoice finance and ABL platform Dancerace has welcomed industry veteran Nick Rees to its’ global management team, to help chart the company’s growth as it delivers its new technology roadmap for lenders.
UK lender Skipton Business Finance has chosen Dancerace ABL software to power its fast, flexible and friendly invoice finance services.
Lenders understand the power of Open Accounting. Greater efficiency; reduced risk; an improved borrower experience. It all sounds great. The problem is making it all happen. Most lenders have too much to do already. Adding a new type of Open Accounting-enabled product is not something many have time for.
We’ve launched our Lender Research Panel to gather insight from lending experts worldwide. Join today and share your views to be in with a chance to win a £500 Amazon voucher.
For banks and lenders, choosing and implementing the right software systems is difficult. Knowing where to start is key. We advise banks and lenders to consider eight areas of their business before they begin their search for new workplace technology.
We’ve put Open Accounting at the heart of our vision for the complete, connecting commercial finance lending OS – and banks and lenders worldwide are realising the power of enhanced automation and data transparency for their businesses and borrowers.
For banks and lenders offering receivables finance products, our eSync product type combines the speed and simplicity of invoice discounting with factoring-level visibility and a streamlined borrower experience. This article is designed to help lenders and banks understand if eSync is right for them and their clients.
Google "Open Finance" and you’ll be flooded with info on Open Banking. Rightly so.