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Bill.com buys Divvy for $2.5 billion

The deal is the latest example of the frenzy in the industry for startups focused on spend management and corporate credit cards.

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Bill.com now can add spend management and corporate cards to its automated accounts payables and receivables software.

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Small-business payments company Bill.com has agreed to acquire corporate card and spend management company Divvy for $2.5 billion. The deal is the latest example of the frenzy in the industry for startups focused on spend management and corporate credit cards.

Competitor Brex just raised $425 million at a $7.4 billion valuation, and Ramp also raised at a $1.6 billion valuation.

Investors believe that companies can benefit from an all-in-one software platform to manage all aspects of spending. Brex is looking to build this, and Bill.com now can add spend management and corporate cards to its automated accounts payables and receivables software.

Bill.com also reported earnings today, with revenue up 45% year over year.

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