Bill.com is set to acquire Utah unicorn software startup Divvy.
René Lacerte, founder and CEO of Bill.com, explains how small businesses surviving and even thriving as the pandemic continues.
These 13 stories are about technology trends than not only affected small businesses in 2020 but will continue to have an enormous impact in 2021.
After being pushed out of his first startup, Rene Lacerte spent 13 years building his bill-paying company into a unicorn. Now, 20 months later, it’s worth $10 billion.
March Capital's Jamie Montgomery and Forbes's Rich Karlgaard talk to Bill.com's CEO, Rene Lacerte, about fintech, fast growth, mentorship secrets, and how Lacerte's father became a top rockabilly pianist with only six fingers.
Over the last few years, consumer fintech has been all the rage. And for good reason, but 2020 will mark the year that B2B fintech finally steals the show. This begs the natural question: what is B2B fintech?
What’s worse: getting paid by check, or getting paid late? In many cases, it amounts to the same thing.
This month's largest fintech acquisitions of all time is a validation of fintech in a literal sense and may also be a bellwether for the year: 2020 may be the year for fintech. Four important and interlocking trends will drive this.
Bill.com, the business payments software company, raised $88 million in venture funding and announced a strategic partnership with Mastercard, capitalizing on investors interest in the small business market.