- Centtrip is an award-winning real-time treasury management platform that helps global companies achieve efficiency and cost reduction.
- The fintech firm has partnered with Adyen to expand its reach across the US to fulfill the demands of mobile businesses.
- It has established its base currently in Miami Beach, Florida, and plans to expand further across the country.
Centtrip, the global fintech firm that helps organizations achieve efficiency and cost reduction, unveiled its plan to launch its platform in the United States (US). With this, the firm aims to offer real-time visibility and control over their card payments to companies across the world. What Centtrip does is, it redefines intelligent treasury and payment solutions for a cashless world with internationally-based mobile teams and assets.
The Centtrip platform will help people in the US streamline their cash flow, reduce the risk of carrying cash, and simplify their accounting process. Also, the platform will help businesses control their funds with maximum security.
The Centtrip Mastercard is one of the most adaptable cards in the market.
The Centtrip Mastercard offers
- High balance and transaction limits
- Acceptance across the globe, including the US
- As per the requirement, organizations can use multiple cards
It needs to be noted, traditional payment providers do not allow the use of multiple cards.
Centtrip is designed to fulfill the requirements of highly mobile organizations, mainly those operating in marine, film and TV production, music, the broader arts and entertainment industries, and aviation.
Cardholders and authorized administrators have the power to control the card from the award-winning Centtrip app directly by freezing or unfreezing cards, setting spending limits, and enjoying real time visibility of transactions. Clienteles have the option to either preload individual cards with funds (cardholder’s available budget) or have all cards on an account (central account balance).
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Centtrip accounts for more than USD 1.3 billion in transactions per annum and is snowballing across all key markets as it overcomes the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Being part of the expansion, Centtrip has opened an office in Miami Beach, Florida, and plans to grow its US-based team in the upcoming months.
The cost management firm is headquartered in London with 20,000 plus clienteles worldwide, comprising Grammy Awards winners, music’s top touring acts, world-renowned art companies, and best-selling artists.
Earlier, the firm supported global tours of artists:
- The Who and Arctic Monkeys
- Indie labels [PIAS] and Cooking Vinyl
- The Royal Opera House
Jane Turner, Chief Executive Officer at Centtrip, said, “We already have clients in the US who use Centtrip globally and who wish to use it domestically. By expanding into the US with Adyen, we are giving highly mobile businesses in the most demanding sectors greater control, flexibility and visibility over their money and their expenses.”
Turner added: “We chose Adyen because we wanted a digital-first payments processor with a track record for innovation. With its high-growth ambitions, offices around the world and a product-set that spans the payment ecosystem, Adyen is the perfect partner for our growth plans in the US and beyond.”