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Last week, Ardent’s Research Director, Bob Cohen, and I met with Ernest Rolfson, the Founder & CEO of B2B payment network provider, Finexio. During our call we discussed some of the challenges that Accounts Payable (AP)/Finance leaders face today, and some of the things that Finexio is doing to help solve these challenges for its clients. Below is a write-up of that discussion.

May 9, 2018

Finexio has announced today that Cynthia (Cindy) Smith will become Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Orlando-based commercial payments execution company. Smith comes from Meta Financial Group, where as Executive Vice President and COO, she led technology and operations in the rapid growth and integration of four acquisitions within two years.

March 5, 2018

According to a recently released report by the Florida Center for Cybersecurity, 41 percent of Florida businesses reported having suffered a security breach recently, and only 32 percent of companies surveyed are confident they are prepared for a cyberattack.

February 12, 2018

An Interview with Finexio CEO, Ernest Rolfson

February 8, 2018

Finexio has accelerated its go-to-market strategy by completing an oversubscribed US$4m Series A round of financing.

January 15, 2018

It was only (relatively) recently that B2B payments finally secured significant attention and investment from innovators. A notoriously clumsy, friction-filled industry, B2B transactions must forge new paths to boost efficiency as businesses demand global solutions, speed and transparency.

January 15, 2018

Finexio has accelerated its go-to-market strategy by completing an oversubscribed USD 4 million Series A round of financing. James R. Heistand led the investment, with participation from existing and new investors Florida Funders, Loeb.nyc, Zach Coelius, Mobile Financial Partners (Harry Hopper), and additional angel investors.

January 12, 2018

The conventional wisdom sees tech concentrating in a handful of places, many dense urban cores that offer the best jobs and draw talented young people. These places are seen as so powerful that, as The New York Times recently put it, they have little need to relate to other, less fashionable cities.

January 11, 2018

The company said Wednesday (Jan. 10) that it secured $4 million in Series A funding led by James R. Heistand. Existing backers Florida Funders, Loeb.nyc, Zach Coelius, Mobile Financial Partners and other angel investors also participated in the oversubscribed round, reports said.

January 11, 2018

A company that started in Silicon Valley and moved to Orlando last year has raised $4 million to expand its sales and marketing push. Officials with Finexio, which has built a platform for businesses to eliminate paper checks from transactions, said the round was led by chairman and previous investor James Heistand.

January 10, 2018

We speak with Ernest Rolfson from Finexio, a low-cost, highly effective solution for increasing B2B payments.

November 20, 2017

A financial tech firm is moving from an area known for tech startups and instead growing its business in Orlando, thanks to our growing tech hub. Orlando Economic Partnership announced March 13 that Finexio is relocating here from California's Silicon Valley and will create 10 new high-wage jobs.

March 13, 2017