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Fisapay Bets on Payments to Third Parties

The fintech company Fisapay is processing an average of 50,000 payments weekly, reaching more than 200,000 transactions month by month. Jorge Isaza, the CEO of Fisapay, pointed out that more than 40 companies in the country from the automotive, insurance, financial and retail sectors have begun to request their services.



In order to help companies in Colombia to make payments to independent workers and suppliers, the Colombian fintech company Fisapay, founded in 2017, presented a new platform that allows organizations to save time and fulfill their transactions.

According to the company, among the characteristics that make up this tool, the calculations and contributions to the social security system of the self-employed and the tax withholdings of the suppliers stand out, which guarantees compliance with the requirements of the authorities, both for payment to third parties and for companies. In addition, the platform seeks to comply with 100% effectiveness when making transactions. Jorge Isaza, CEO of Fisapay, explained that this solution has been growing and that they expect a positive balance at the end of the year.

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The company is processing an average of 50,000 payments weekly

“We have an availability indicator of 99.99%, which means that, during our operation, we have not had any outages. We take great care that our users can have a constant service in which they can have confidence and security regarding their payments and contributions up to date,” said the executive.

Regarding the balance at the end of the year, they explained that “it shows a growth in our third-party community of 261%, a growth in payment transactions of 151%, implementation of new regulations regarding support documents and massive event management.”

In addition, the executive pointed out that more than 40 companies in the country from the automotive, insurance, financial and retail sectors have begun to request their services.

“Some of the companies that are part of this group are Davivienda, Allianz Seguros, Renting Colombia, Toyota Financial Services, Porsche Colombia, Banco Pichincha, Finanzauto, Finesa, Sodexo, among others. The Fisapay platform is constantly growing, not only due to the regulatory compliance that companies obtain but also due to the reduction in operation.”

The company is processing an average of 50,000 payments weekly, reaching more than 200,000 transactions month by month, and is in the process of ISO 27001 certification in Information Security.

“For the coming months, a new interface of our platform will be launched into production that will improve the experience of our customers and payment beneficiaries, through our own developments and technological tools focused on the automation and validation of identity immediately.”

In view of the time savings that companies can have, Isaza commented that now companies are increasingly aware of the responsibilities they have with their third parties and of the “importance of the formalization of their independents.”

“ Without a doubt, organizations that use the Fisapay digital platform save between 90% and 95% of the time when paying their independent workers and suppliers,” commented the CEO of the Colombian fintech company

Finally, the executive commented that the company hopes to continue growing its customer base while seeking to implement more innovations to help companies in their processes.


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Sharon Harris is a feminist and a part-time nomad. She reports about businesses primarily involved in tech, CBD, and crypto. She started her career as a product manager at a Silicon Valley startup but now enjoys a new life as a personal finance geek and writer. Her primary aim is to provide readers with a new perspective on the overlapping world of finance and technology.