Following up on information first disclosed in an SEC filing, fast-growing fintech AvidXchange says the latest cash was in fact part of an oversusbscribed round now reaching a whopping $388 million - one of the biggest such fundraisers ever in North Carolina.
Following up on information first disclosed in an SEC filing, fast-growing fintech AvidXchange says the latest cash was in fact part of an oversusbscribed round now reaching a whopping $388 ...
US payments firm AvidXchange is doing something right as it has raised an additional $128 million in equity capital – taking its grand total to $388 million. AvidXchange provides accounts ...
/PRNewswire/ -- AvidXchange, the leading provider of accounts payable (AP) and payment automation solutions for the middle market, today announced it has...
The "up round" is an extension of a $260 million Series F round raised in January
Digital business payments are taking off during the coronavirus crisis, sending accounts payable automation firm AvidXchange to the fundraising well for the second time in 2020.
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AvidXchange is eyeing additional acquisitions and scalability after scoring an additional $128 million in equity capital on the heels of its $260 million
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