PrePay Solutions has partnered with challenger bank Countingup to simplify banking
PrePay Solutions (PPS) has partnered with challenger bank Countingup to provide business accounting and banking together in one place.
Countingup was officially launched earlier this month and provides small businesses with easy accounting and business banking. The Countingup business current account gives businesses a UK sort code and account number as well as Mastercard, which makes it easy for small businesses to begin operations immediately. It also makes banking easy for start-ups, freelancers, contractors, self-employed sole traders and limited companies by offering them dedicated packages which have been designed according to their specific banking needs.
PPS is providing Countingup with the banking infrastructure required to offer this complete service.
CEO at PrePay Solutions, Ray Brash said that Countingup is brand new to the market and offers a truly innovative service to small businesses, which is why PPS is so pleased to support it in launching in just 12 weeks. Working together, both the firms have been able to provide a mobile banking system tailored to meet the specific needs of the UK’s large and fast-growing SME sector. PPS is focused on continuing to support Countingup in providing businesses with the services they need to achieve success, whatever market they are in. PPS has no doubt that the alliance will develop with the implementation of additional, high-performance banking products, as it finds new solutions to meet businesses’ changing needs.
Founder and CEO at Countingup, Tim Fouracre added, with PPS’s support, the firm is able to provide small business owners with access to banking services designed to streamline the tax return process and minimise their operating costs. Countingup had a host of requirements for the partnership, but PPS understood the needs straightaway, enabling it to deliver on its commitment to offer customers accounting and banking in one place, giving them a simple way to run their businesses.
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