Dunforce joins BNP Paribas – Plug and Play accelerator

Dunforce BNP Paribas Plug and Play

With success stories like Paypal or Dropbox, Plug and Play is considered as one of the best accelerator of the world. Associated with the French bank BNP Paribas, they selected this month 10 Fintech startups, with Dunforce !

This new edition of the Plug and Play program offers Silicon Valley’s expertise and the ecosystem of an international bank to its selected startups. The disruption of banking and financial sectors is at stake.

The BNP Paribas – Plug and Play accelerator offers exclusive services during 3 months to 10 worldwide selected startups. The ambition is to build concrete commercial opportunities with big corporations, in the context of a beneficial partnership.

Dunforce will access, on the one hand, to the large international network of Plug and Play as an investor and expert, and on the other hand, to the main innovation heads of the big european banks.

« It’s an amazing opportunity to accelerate our growth. We already benefit from the support of Telefonica in Spain. Now we have the opportunity to settle on the French market, with some prestigious partners and concrete projects. », highlights Alban Sauvanet, co-founder of the Fintech startup.

Meet us in our new Paris offices, rue de Ponthieu. Starting mid-April 2017.

 


 

Plug and Play Tech Center is a technological worldwide accelerator among the biggest in the world. Since its creation in 2006 in San Fransisco, it counts more than 350 startups and 300 partners companies. 

BNP Paribas is one of the main bank in Europe with an international standing. It is present in 74 countries, with more than 190.000 employees, and almost 146.000 in Europe.

Dunforce offers a smart and automated treatment of invoices, with technologies like machine learning and Big data. Companies benefit from Robotic Process Automation (RPA) that allows them to optimize their customer receivables management, from sending to paiement,  from reminder to reconciliation.

valentin@dunforce.io

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