VersaPay partners Katipult to bring investment crowdfunding software to Canada

by Jonathan Adams

VersaPay Corporation (VPY.V) (“VersaPay” or the “Company”), a leading provider of cloud-based payment and accounts receivable management solutions announced that it has signed a partnership agreement with Katipult Software to bring a disruptive Crowdfunding solution for investment firms to the Canadian market.

VersaPay’s gateway technology enables Katipult to provide clients using its crowdfunding software product with an integrated secure payment capability.

CEO of Katipult, Brock Murray said, “Katipult is thrilled to offer VersaPay as a payment solution and further bolster its leading software product. This is a game changing relationship for the Canadian investment community”.

“We’re bringing a product to the Canadian market that benefits everyone from investors to issuers as well as regulators, by creating a high standard for processing investment transactions. We’re acting as technology partners and building an ecosystem to help firms grow their investor networks, efficiently manage investors, and streamline deal administration.”

VersaPay’s CEO, Craig O’Neill said, “We are continuously looking for partners to extend our offering throughout the financial services ecosystem and partnering with Katipult provides an excellent opportunity to do that”.

“As private market participants move toward investment crowdfunding portals and real estate crowdfunding portals, they want to know that there is a flexible transaction environment to hold funds securely and ensure they are processed according to funding commitments. As a PCI Level 1 compliant solution, VersaPay enables Katipult to provide an integrated payment capability that delivers on these requirements.”

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