Trezy invests USD 3 million to transform SME financial management


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Trezy, an AI-driven FinTech company, has announced they aim to change how small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) manage their finances worldwide. Trezy recently secured a USD 3 million round of seed funding.

The company wants to do away with the need for business owners to wait for end-of-year reports or deal with complicated forecasting. By the end of 2024, Trezy hopes to have expanded its reach throughout Europe with this seed funding. No matter the level of financial expertise, they intend to make financial information available to all business owners.

The company also intends to completely automate the creation of financial insights as part of platform innovation.

Read More: Trezy revolutionises SME financial management with $3m investment

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