After achieving significant success in Lithuania, the invoice payment platform Perfi will launch in Estonia in the first quarter of 2023. The company recently got the license to operate in Estonia when the Financial Supervision and Resolution Authority recognized the license given to Viena Saskaita UAB from the Bank of Lithuania. Perfi was also registered as a trademark, which was the last step before launching the platform.
Perfi is the easiest way to pay bills, sending clients one bill at the end of the month, which includes all of their expenses. Payment is easy and 7x faster than paying them all individually. After creating an account, people can choose which service providers’ bills they want to add to their Perfi account. In addition, it’s possible to forward invoices from other companies using a specific email address. As a bonus, clients also get reminders about unpaid bills, have access to an archive of invoices, and see a visual overview of their monthly expenses.
The platform is already widely used in Lithuania, where every sixth household and over 2500 service providers use it. Next year, Perfi will start operations in Estonia and Latvia, where the management hopes for a similarly warm welcome. Estonia’s most prominent companies, like Tele2, Telia, Eesti Energia, and G4S, are some of the first service providers whose invoices can be sent directly to Perfi.
“From our success in Lithuania, we see that Perfi is a convenient solution for individuals and companies. By combining all monthly bills into one invoice, our clients save time off making payments and reduce the risk of accidentally forgetting to pay something. Sending invoices through Perfi is free for companies and ensures that bills get paid on time. We’re giving the platform finishing touches and will launch it at the beginning of the new year,” says Taavi Mägi, the Country Manager at Perfi.
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