Lendio Says There’s Been a Strong Uptake Of Sunrise

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Brock Blake LendioLast week Lendio announced that its bookkeeping and invoicing service, Sunrise, had partnered with WePay, an integrated payments business of JPMorgan Chase, to form the freemium product Sunrise Pay.

Stemming from an acquisition in Q1 of this year, Sunrise, formerly Billy, was picked up by Lendio after the company realized many of its customers who were small business owners were struggling to manage their accounts and invoices.

As such, Lendio CEO Brock Blake claims that there’s been a strong uptake of Sunrise amongst their clients. “They love that it goes out and pulls your bank data every day. That you can sync your credit card to it. That it is a double-entry accounting system. And that it does all your invoicing, your profit and loss, and balance sheet.”

The service is free to Lendio customers, with tiered versions that offer human bookkeepers being available to those willing to pay. Sans such add-ons however, the base product will allow small business owners to collect payments faster through WePay’s streamlining of the payments process.

“Simplifying the invoicing and payments processes for small business owners means they have more time to spend growing their operations,” said WePay VP of Marketing Jennifer Lewis. “WePay’s partnership with Lendio will help small businesses across the country to grow, create jobs, and increase their economic impact.”

Last modified: November 11, 2019
Brendan Garrett

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