About us

Our vision is a world where business data makes commerce efficient and fair for all


Previse is a global financial services and technology company based in London. Our purpose is to turbo-charge B2B commerce by using buyer/supplier trading data.


Our starting premise was that payments for goods and services in the B2B space are just far too hard. They are archaic for both the seller trying to get paid and the buyer trying to approve invoices and pay. This process can take months of waiting, chasing, checking, back and forth. And that makes no sense. So we created InstantPay.


Previse has built the infrastructure to connect the millions of suppliers on existing B2B networks with billions of dollars of finance in ways that are otherwise not possible. Our core capability is to process Corporate and SME trading data globally and use AI to predict future revenues and price the risk accurately. This is the intelligent technology behind SmartPay.

Bringing significant benefits to Buyers and Suppliers through Virtual Cards
It is almost a year since we launched Good Business Pays, so it's time to celebrate some of the wins and successes of the movement.
You work hard to create business opportunities, but making the most of them takes a ready source of cash.
2021 has been yet another tough year for British businesses of all sizes. And it is SMEs who are impacted the worst, whilst larger companies fare better.

Press releases and comment

The patent application covers a range of innovations including our innovative methodology that enables the algorithmic assessment of invoices
Mastercard has today unveiled its next-generation virtual card solution for instant B2B payments, using Previse’s capabilities.
Mastercard Cross-Border Services – which enables funds to be sent seamlessly, securely and with certainty to any account – is now part of the InstantPay platform.
Transcard today announced a strategic partnership to embed Previse’s early payment discount solution.
We’re excited to announce that Previse was named as Payment Tech of the Year at the UK FinTech Awards 2021 last night.

In the media