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WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT PAYMENTS

DivDot, the Blog.

Industry News

The True Cost Of Cheque Processing

While consumers are shifting more and more towards digital payment methods, the B2B payments sphere is lagging behind dramatically. Many business owners don’t realize the true cost and security risks associated with cheque payments. Here's what you should know about cheque processing.

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Changelog

Extended Coverage For Direct Bank Sign-In

DivDot just got better: We are happy to announce that the ‘Login online’ feature for direct bank authorization now supports an extra 67 financial institutions in Canada! Here's a list of all supported banks.

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Industry News

How the Pandemic Sparks a Long-Overdue Transformation in B2B Payments

The pandemic has forced businesses to rethink the way they operate. For many organizations, it sparked a conversation on digitization, with payments being one of the most critical aspects to keep operations up and running.

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Announcements

DivDot Oversubscribes Funding Round Despite Decline in Venture Capital Investment

Despite the difficult economic situation following the COVID-19 pandemic and an overall decline in Venture Capital investment, the Victoria-based Fintech start-up oversubscribed the round to a total of $500,000 co-led by Sprout Fund, WUTIF Capital, E-Fund, Hello Ventures and Local Angels.

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Announcements

The Story Behind DivDot: How It All Started

In only a few months, the Victoria-based #Fintech start-up DivDot went from launching the beta version of their payments software to processing millions of dollars in transactions for Canadian businesses. This is how it all started...

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Changelog

Improved Supplier Onboarding

You asked for it - we built it: Our new supplier onboarding feature works with any financial institution.

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