Your major suppliers are already part of the WEX Payment Network, or they soon will be.
WEX Payment Network
You can’t successfully migrate to electronic payments if your suppliers won’t accept them, so the size of your payment provider’s payment network matters. We’re always growing our network to ensure you get the most benefit possible.
A Growing Network
WEX is always adding suppliers to the network – and we’re willing to add specific vendors if yours aren’t already part of our payment network.
WEX onboards new vendors as you add them and maintains contact with existing suppliers to ensure your payments are always completed successfully.
Virtual cards cost less than ACH or checks, provide remittance detail and generate revenue. WEX will help with your transition to maximize the benefits.
Corporate Accounts Payable
Switch to electronic payments to reduce overhead, increase security, be able to negotiate better terms for faster payment and create revenue from bills you’re already paying.
See how we build our Payment Network
The larger the payment network, the more value you can discover. That’s why WEX continually looks to expand our network of suppliers that accept virtual payments.
WEX Supplier Portal
Our innovative remittance delivery channel streamlines how suppliers receive payment information and remittance data in one secure, easy-to-use application.
Want your suppliers to accept virtual payments? We can help
The more payments you make, the more value you’ll get from switching to electronic payments. But you need to ensure your suppliers are interested and engaged. WEX can recruit suppliers for all these industries:
Increase supplier adoption of electronic payments
Deliver a better supplier experience
Broaden the reach of electronic payments for your clients
Maximize your revenue by maximizing acceptance
Increase the reach of your electronic payments network
Simplify payments and reconciliation for your customers
Reduce cost and increase efficiency no matter how busy the travel season gets
Control supplier overcharges and manual oversight of payments