Pleo offers new customers free services until July amid coronavirus
Danish fintech Pleo is offering new customers free services until 1 July to assist small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) during the coronavirus crisis.
“With this uncertainty set to rumble on, across so many fronts, Pleo wanted to do something to help,” the company notes in a blog post.
“Keeping costs under control has jumped right up the priorities list for loads of SMEs. It was always important, but now it’s keeping many business-owners up at night.”
New customers have until 30 April to sign up for this offer.
Pleo provides companies with payment cards that can be easily assigned to employees, with individually set limits.
Its smart company cards are linked to software and mobile apps, automatically matching receipts and tracking all company spending in real-time with detailed analytics.
The fintech eliminates the need for expense reports and automates bookkeeping tasks, integrating directly with accounting software, which can save companies both time and money.
Earlier this year, the company partnered with JP Morgan and Mastercard to roll-out its corporate credit card across Europe. It also raised $56 million in a Series B financing round led by Stripes in May 2019.