Tipalti, which makes payments software, has forged three new channel partnerships with Big Bang ERP, an independent consulting company focused on cloud business applications; Procurify, a spend management platform; and Tesorio, a cash flow performance platform.

Additionally, Tipalti has deepened its integration with payments giant PayPal. Tipalti users can now access PayPal-enabled wires, U.S. Automated Clearing House (ACH), eCheck (Global ACH) and checks from within the Tipalti platform.


The crypto asset technology and data services company formerly known as Libra has changed its name to Lukka as it expands its offerings. The company named itself after Luca Pacioli, the Renaissance-era mathematician widely considered the father of modern accounting.

The company’s new product offerings include Lukka reference data, which provides validated crypto master data and mappings to support trading, operations, finance and audit functions; and Lukka pricing, an institutional source for the valuation of crypto assets. It will offer accountants and auditors pricing data designed to comply with current GAAP and IFRS rules.


Cetrom, which provides custom cloud hosting solutions for CPA firms, has been named to CRN’s Tech Elite 250 list. The list ranks North American IT solution providers that have earned the highest number of advanced technical certifications from technology suppliers, scaled to their company size. Companies on this list have distinguished themselves with multiple top-level IT certifications, specializations and partner program designations from the industry’s technology providers.


Rapyd, a fintech-as-a-service platform based in both Singapore and Silicon Valley, has launched Rapyd Checkout, its product for hyper-local payments. Rapyd Checkout allows merchants to accept local payment types in more than 100 countries, including cash, bank transfers, local cards and e-wallets. The solution supports over 500 locally preferred payment types.