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Promise, a financial technology company that offers an online platform that allows US consumers to manage and budget their bill payments to utilities and government agencies, has announced that it has raised $20 million in a Series A funding round. The funding will be used to support the company’s continued growth and to further develop its technology.
Promise’s platform offers users a centralized place to view and pay bills from multiple providers, set reminders and notifications, and create budgets to manage their expenses. The company’s goal is to make the bill-paying process more efficient and help users stay on top of their finances.
The funding will also be used to expand the company’s team and to invest in research and development, with a focus on improving the platform and expanding its services to new markets. The CEO and co-founder of Promise said: “This funding will allow us to continue to innovate and bring our bill management platform to even more consumers in the US.”
Promise’s technology is already being used by a significant number of US consumers.
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