PaySauce lifts recurring revenue 44% in Dec qtr

Staff reporters
Thu, 14 Jan 2021

PaySauce said recurring revenue in the December quarter rose 44 percent from the same quarter of 2019, reflecting the recovery of small businesses from the covid-19 lockdowns."It's been particularly uplifting to see our nation's entrepreneurs regaining their balance and confidence over the last quarter," said chief executive and co-founder Asantha Wijeyeratne."We've seen a significant number of customers resume payroll processing after a break as they're once again in a position to employ staff," Wijeyeratne...

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