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Biller Genie Adds 11 Staff, Partners with BPMLinks

Biller Genie’s automated, cloud-based e-invoicing platform aims to accelerate cash flow and ultimately improve and simplify the way businesses process their accounts receivable.

Biller Genie, an accounts receivable and e-invoicing automation solution that helps businesses collect invoices faster, has announced the expansion of its Miami-based staff with the addition of 11 new employees. Additionally, the financial technology startup now has access to BPMLinks’ team of more than 250 developers to assist in software creation for upcoming partnerships.

Biller Genie’s automated, cloud-based e-invoicing platform aims to accelerate cash flow and ultimately improve and simplify the way businesses process their accounts receivable. With the addition of 11 new hires in both the marketing and development teams, Biller Genie doubled its staff.

“Despite the toll COVID-19 has taken on the economy, we have now seen an even greater demand for synchronization within accounts receivable, which has led to increased adoption of our technology,” said Tom Aronica, CEO and founder of Biller Genie. “Many businesses have needed to shift to increasingly remote, cloud-based accounting. We are answering this demand with unprecedented internal growth and forward-looking software development.”

To help meet this need, Biller Genie has tapped into BPMLinks’ highly scalable team of developers. BPMLinks is a management consulting firm that enables its clients to outperform the competition and stay ahead of the innovation curve. Biller Genie is using BPMLinks’ development team to assist its in-house developers in software creation for upcoming partnerships.

“This significant increase in staff and resources comes at a pivotal time, since we’re preparing for a rise in business via partnerships in the latter half of 2020,” said Garima Shah, president of Biller Genie. “These new milestones will allow us to further solve a problem that has been plaguing businesses for decades: overdue invoices. Our software helps companies significantly shorten the invoice-to-cash cycle through automation.”

This growth is on the heels of another major landmark moment for Biller Genie this year. The company recently competed against more than 100 companies in South Florida and won the 2020 Miami Herald Startup Pitch competition in the financial tech category.