Payer and American Express team up to offer B2B payments in the Nordics

Daniel Brännström, Director of Partnerships at Payer

Payer, the B2B technology company specialising in digital conversion, payments, and finance automation, with a mission to digitalise the B2B industry, announced that it will now facilitate American Express payments across the Nordics in Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden.

This means that firms using Payer as a B2B digital payments platform will be able to accept American Express® Cards as a payment method for all purchases and services.

What is the market offering of Payer?

Payer, the Swedish fintech, was born out of the idea of challenging the way businesses operate. Its platform adds value across the Order to Cash process with plug and play solutions to boost digital sales and reduce costs in the CFO’s office. Payer facilitates client onboarding with risk and credit decision, in addition to payments and checkout solutions.

Payer also offers an Accounts Receivable Automation service with an invoicing solution that enables American Express Card Members to pay invoices with their American Express Card.

What were the executives’ thoughts on the partnership?

“Payer is excited to partner with American Express to provide our European B2B clients even greater payment choice when paying for goods and services on our B2B checkout, across a wide range of industries including manufacturing, automotive, consulting, and financial services. This aligns with our objective of being the preferred B2B Payments Service Provider across the Nordics and in Europe ” said Daniel Brännström Director of Partnerships at Payer.

Commenting on the partnership, Keith McDonald, Vice President, Payment Facilitation & Small Merchant Partnerships, said, “Partnering with payment providers like Payer makes it easier for American Express to be accepted at more locations; this is particularly important in the growing B2B payments space. It also means that Cardmembers can use their Cards in even more places and have even greater choice of where they can use their Card.”