TRAVEL TECHNOLOGY

ConnexPay Raises $15M Funding to Propel Adoption of Payments Technology

ConnexPay | December 03, 2020

ConnexPay Raises $15M Funding to Propel Adoption of Payments Technology
ConnexPay, an payment technology company that empowers marketplace businesses to gather and protect shopper reserves while mechanizing the appropriation of installments to providers has made sure about extra subsidizing from existing speculators and from new financial specialist F-Prime Capital, the worldwide funding firm associated with FMR LLC, the parent organization of Fidelity Investments. The speculation carries complete subsidizing to $15M, which will be utilized to quicken development, increment item contributions for the movement business and extend in different areas that have seen exceptional development in online business exchanges.

ConnexPay's technology is trusted via airline consolidators, tour operators and online travel agencies to control a huge number of exchanges. While the stage was at first centered around comprehending long-standing, acute payment-related difficulties experienced in the travel industry, the organization's technology additionally has applications for non-travel e-commerce intermediaries and different marketplaces.

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Whether it’s your first time or if you’re a seasoned traveler, planning an African Safari Holiday can be a daunting task, mostly due to the wide variety of options available. This handy infographic from African Safari Home gives you a quick guide reviewing the Top 6 countries to visit, when to go and what animals and activities you can expect on your stay. Additionally you can see the most popular African safari packages as well as pricing information and a guide to the best seasons for game viewing.