B2B commerce reimagined

To send an invoice to a corporate customer and get paid the next day is like nirvana

Alex Walker, Founder, Sells to FTSE 100 corporates

For suppliers

Why wait? Get invoices paid today

For buyers

Unleash value from source to pay processes

The B2B relationship made efficient and fair for all

AI powered payments

Our algorithms analyse the data from the invoices that sellers send to their large corporate customers.

Predictive analytics identify the few problematic invoices, enabling the rest to be paid instantly.

Sellers paid instantly

InstantPay gives sellers cash, confidence and clarity, by getting invoices paid on day 1. Leaving them free to invest in their futures.

Better business for buyers

Large corporate buyers save huge sums, whilst strengthening partnerships with happier, sustainable suppliers.


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30 days is still 30 days too long for Britain’s suppliers in the wait to be paid

On Monday, the government announced it was strengthening the Prompt Payment Code (PPC), mandating that its signatories must pay suppliers within 30 days, rather than the previous 60.

While this is a welcome step in the right direction, there is still a long way to go in addressing the chronic issue of slow payments. A 30-day payment period is still 30 days too long for many small businesses struggling to stay afloat.

Let’s give small businesses the gift of a better year ahead this Christmas

Paul Christensen, CEO of Previse reflects on a tough 2020 and looks ahead to 2021.

2020 has been a hard year for British businesses, from the UK’s smallest suppliers to its most powerful retailers, none have been infallible to the impact of Coronavirus.

Arcadia’s collapse into administration highlights just how precarious the UK’s market is. The demise of Philip Green’s retail empire, and the fire sale of Debenhams, demonstrates that now is not the time to carry on business as usual – it is the time for renewal.

Previse wins major grant from Banking Competition Remedies

Previse has been awarded a £2.5m grant by the Banking Competition Remedies’ Capability and Innovation Fund.

The money, which will be used to fund further development of Previse’s industry leading instant payments solution, was won after a competitive application process that saw £20m dispersed to 6 companies, as part of the BCR’s mission to facilitate the commercialisation of financial technology relevant to SMEs.