Bill.com + Divvy

See frequently asked questions about the announcement below.

Frequently Asked Questions

Divvy and Bill.com both serve small and mid-sized businesses. Bill.com customers have been increasingly looking for Bill.com to handle more of their spending, budgeting and expense management capabilities. We believe the combined companies would be able to help SMBs manage all of our joint customers’ B2B spending.

Divvy is a leading spend and expense management platform for business. It’s fused with a smart corporate credit card to provide instant visibility and control of company-wide spending. With Divvy, employers can give employees direct access to funds, effectively eliminating expense reports and retroactive reimbursements.

Divvy's headquarters are in Draper, Utah.

Mostly Small and Mid-sized businesses.

No. There is no requirement that if you are a Bill.com customer you would have to use Divvy for spend or expense management. Also, the acquisition requires regulatory approval before the deal can close. So everything will be business as usual for both companies until that happens.

You can sign up for Divvy for free by going to: https://getdivvy.com/faq/#get-started

No. Divvy is free to use, it will not be a part of your Bill.com subscription. Also, the acquisition requires regulatory approval before the deal can close. So everything will be business as usual for both companies until that happens.

We believe the combination will enable us to provide a more comprehensive solution for customers by increasing our customers’ ability to manage all B2B spending through a single platform. It empowers companies with greater efficiency, control and visibility across a broader range of payment options. We also believe it will simplify their data reconciliation — acting as a single source of truth for insights across spending.

We see Bill.com accounting partners could benefit along with their clients in having a single platform for managing and tracking all their B2B spending. However, the acquisition requires regulatory approval and the satisfaction of other customary conditions before the deal can close. So everything will be business as usual until that happens.

We see Bill.com banking partners having the potential to have their customers use a single platform for managing and tracking all their B2B spending. However, the acquisition requires regulatory approval and the satisfaction of other customary conditions before the deal can close. So everything will be business as usual until that happens.

Currently, Bill.com and Divvy share fewer than approximately 1,000 customers. This demonstrates that a significant number of customers have seen the value of both platforms, and represents an even bigger opportunity for the combined company to support more customers over time.

We haven’t decided that yet. The acquisition requires regulatory approval before the deal can close. So everything will be business as usual until that happens.

No. Nothing from a customer support perspective will change for Bill.com customers.

The Divvy MasterCard® works anywhere that MasterCard® is accepted. If you have a Divvy Visa® card, that Visa® will work anywhere that Visa® is accepted.

No change is expected at this time.

No.

Not at this time.

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