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Corporate cards and payable management startup Volopay raised $29 million in Series A from the Winklevoss twins and others

Corporate cards and payable management start-up Volopay brought $29 million up in Series A, a blend of value and obligation, from the Winklevoss twins – Cameron and Tyler with a worldwide decacorn where JAM Fund, Winklevoss Capital Management, Accial Capital, Rapyd Ventures, fintech veterans Jeffrey Cruttenden – CEO of Acorns, Sweta Rau – Founder of White Ventures, Amrish Rau – CEO of Pine Labs and Jitendra Gupta – Founder and CEO of Jupiter, alongside Antler Global and VentureSouq additionally took part. Volopay is a meticulously designed expenditure management stage that permits you to keep away from tedious administrator assignments, an absence of control, and an absence of perceivability. As indicated by the organization, a piece of the Series A finances will be utilized to fund forthcoming business sector dispatches, as well as the development and innovation of new technology to supplement their current item. Startup empowers organizations to deal with their cash by giving an unmistakable image of their monetary wellbeing by means of modernisation, robotization, and improvement of existing work processes and cycles. The platform smoothes out cost work processes while giving constant perceivability and command over business spending by giving synchronal visibility.

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