Tide, an integrated business platform, has partnered with payments platform Ayden to expand its platform with a payment acceptance offering.
Tide offers financial management tools to business bank accounts.
Leveraging Ayden’s technology, Tide will enable its members to accept card payments from customers through Tide Payment Links.
Tide Payment Links, which is set for a launch in the near future, will help small businesses to accept card payments.
It will also help the business owners to include a payment link on invoices.
Tide Financial Services vice-president Mark Hazzard said: “We are delighted to have selected Adyen as our partner for the delivery of Tide Payment Links.
“Adyen’s leading technology and expertise in the payment acceptance sector mean we are confident we will be able to offer our members a great way to accept card payments that’s simple for them and their customers.”
Adyen UK managing director Colin Neil commented: “We value the opportunity of teaming up with a forward-thinking financial technology company by enabling Tide members to streamline their payments set up, and further improve businesses efficiencies.”
Recent offerings by Tide
In July this year, UK business financial platform Tide launched Tide Credit Builder to help small businesses build up their Experian credit score to be able to borrow to grow.
In June, the firm unveiled Cashflow Insights to help small business owners optimise their cash flow.
Cashflow Insights was designed to help small businesses mitigate delays in payments, improve credit score and get recommendations for credit products appropriate for their businesses.
In March, Tide announced the launch of Tide Payment Acceptance in a bid to further expand its platform.