Overview of Previse

  • Previse, the leading artificial intelligence and data science fintech that gets suppliers paid instantly, announces an USD11 million funding round led by Reefknot Investments and Mastercard, with participation from existing investors Bessemer Venture Partners, Hambro Perks and Augmentum Fintech.
  • Previse says the traditional months it takes for invoices to be processed is “disproportionately damaging” for small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) suppliers, not only because it stunts their cash flow, but also because it limits their growth and investment opportunities.
  • Previse AI is a team of experienced computer scientists and construction engineers building machine learning solutions to help optimize construction operations with focus on Construction Equipment Operational Performance and Asset Predictive Maintenance.
  • Previse, an artificial intelligence (AI)-driven payments solution for suppliers and buyers, has landed $11 million in funding led by Mastercard and Reefknot Investments, the VC firm co-founded by Singapore’s Temasek and Swiss firm Kuehne + Nagel.
  • Previse’s automation speeds this process up significantly, while our funding partners allow invoices to be paid instantly without impacting buyers’ cashflow, allowing companies to get suppliers paid faster without disruption.
  • Previse Coral stands for highly performant valuation and reporting, combining external (market-facing) trades, pushed automatically from ChorusLink, with internal trades, production/consumption forecasts as well as market prices.
  • Previse says its AI-powered platform currently processes over 100,000 invoices on a daily basis, assisting SMEs in managing cashflow – quite a critical part of business at any time, but particularly in this day and age.
  • Previse’s platform can unlock working capital, meaning that the tens of thousands of SME suppliers who supply to a large corporate chain can be paid on day one, rather than having to wait weeks or months,” he said.
  • Previse is part of Mastercard’s Start Path programme, and Mastercard has used InstantPay with a select group of its own suppliers as part of an ongoing effort to make B2B commerce more efficient and sustainable.
  • PREVISE provides expertise in Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) for visual communication by simulating a real environment for users during Greenfield, Brownfield and Revamping projects.
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    “The concept is a simple one really,” says Christensen.“We can use this information and look at the next invoice that comes in and say ‘well, the probability of this supplier being paid on time is X’ and then work to pay them immediately.” Not only does Previse allow the immediate payment, it also identifies risk.By looking at the features of an invoice, the AI solution can look at an invoice from somewhere like London and compare it to an invoice from elsewhere across Europe and it analyses the risks involved and where delays could happen.Previse is powered by AI and machine learning.Previse will then examine past behaviour in response to that feature to predict the appropriate response.This includes the category of spend, identity of the supplier, location of the supplier or even the currency in which the transaction is conducted.Through binary classification and deep neural networks, the company will measure the 20-30 features of information that make up an invoice.


    “Every large corporate has a huge amount of data sitting in their ERP systems.“Previse does something that no one has ever done before: It forgets that process,” says Christensen.Historically, paying invoices to a large supplier base is a complex and laborious process.It then pays them immediately, charging a small fee.Previse allows companies to use data, rather than process.” Previse works with large corporates – which receive millions of invoices on a daily basis due to their vast supplier networks – and uses AI to predict the small number of invoices that are unlikely to get paid.This goldmine isn’t being touched by anybody, so we go through that data and make predictions.


    “The business world has accelerated, but the payments that enable it remain stuck in neutral.Effort needs to be applied to more strategic work and back-offices need tools to help streamline operations.It is solutions and innovations like those being driven by Previse and Mastercard, through banks to their corporate customers, that will help businesses support their suppliers, and liberate them from inefficient processes,” James Anderson, Executive Vice President, Global Commercial Products at Mastercard, comments.

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