FlexPay hits record months, 3 months in a row!

Thanks in part to an incredibly smooth company-wide transition to working from home, and largely due to merchants’ burgeoning demand, FlexPay has recorded our largest every months of recovery for 3 months in a row: April, May, and June (already)! This fantastic news is bolstered by the news of 2 marquee clients signing up to FlexPay this month (to be announced at a later date). It’s certainly been a banner Read more…

FlexPay’s smooth transition to working remotely

Here at FlexPay, we’ve fortuitously been prepared for these changed times. We’re always been an agile team, but the setup we had in place before the pandemic made the transition quite simple for us here. We already had a robust work-from-home policy in place for people, or teams, to work from home without disrupting what needed to be done. Also, every FlexPay staff member gets issued a laptop upon starting, Read more…

Traffic & Conversion 2020!

*UPDATE* Sadly we won’t be going after all, as it looks like it’ll be cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak. We’ll be taking our booked meeting slots virtually, and sending details out shortly. Another great show coming up – T&C 2020 in San Diego. We’ll be happy to leave the Montreal snow behind and meet you there, March 31 – April 2.

Pushing the Boundaries of AI

Excerpt from forbes.com article: 5 Industries That Are Pushing the Boundaries of AI “Artificial intelligence is forcing industries to evolve at an incredible rate. By helping companies save time and money, AI is already revolutionizing productivity and customer service around the world. A Microsoft survey of more than 400 senior executives across eight global markets found that executives expect AI to benefit their businesses to positively impact growth, productivity, innovation, Read more…

FlexPay Raises $6M from Impression Ventures and BMO Capital Partners

FlexPay—which uses AI and machine-learning to help merchants recover lost revenues from declined transactions—is proud to announce they raised $6 million dollars, led by Impression Ventures, with participation from BMO Capital Partners, Anges Québec and strategic partners. Credit card issuers report that 24% of recurring credit card transactions are falsely declined, costing online and telephone merchants $300 billion in lost sales and customers in the US alone. A false decline Read more…

FlexPay wins Deloitte Companies-to-Watch award

Deloitte has announced the 2019 winners of the Technology Fast 50, Companies-to-Watch, and Enterprise Fast 15 awards, and FlexPay is incredibly proud to be a Companies-to-Watch 2019 winner from Deloitte – one of only 3 in Quebec. Recognizing the world-class achievements of Canadian technology companies, the Technology Fast 50 program highlights commitment to innovation, leadership, and rapid revenue growth between 2015 and 2018. This year, the average three-year growth of the Read more…

Subscription Show 2019

We’re excited to be a partner at this year’s Subscription Show. You can meet us November 4-6 in Boston, or book some time with us https://calendly.com/flexpay/subscription-show-2019-flexpay-meeting (only 2 time slots left) You can also send us an email at info@flexpay.io about a special offer to this year’s show!

What if you could recoup 38% of your declined credit card transactions?

According to Javelin Research, there is a massive false decline problem being experienced by merchants selling online. Roughly 1.9 billion transactions are falsely declined every year, representing $120 billion in lost revenue. MasterCard reports that 2018 saw $320 billion in false declines. What if you could recoup 38% of your declined credit card transactions? Read the full article on our partner’s site (hint, it’s about us!): Limelight blog – What Read more…

New FlexPay Integration With Openpath Makes Switching to Subscription Payment Model ‘Irresistibly Sexy’ for Traditional E-Commerce Merchants

FlexPay is proud to announce a partnership with Openpath for the delivery of decline-salvage services to a broader market. “For traditional e-commerce merchants looking to transition into a subscription-based payment model, one of the most daunting obstacles is the high decline rate of recurring credit card billing,” explains Darryl Hicks, CEO of FlexPay. “This new integration with Openpath represents the easiest way for a new group of e-commerce merchants to Read more…