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Oxygen Finance

Oxygen Finance Named a Top 50 Midlands Tech Disruptor

Oxygen Finance has been named as one of the “Top 50 Tech Disruptors in the Midlands” by TheBusinessDesk.com and Ideagen, solidifying our position as the leading provider of early payment programmes and public sector procurement intelligence for public and private sector clients.

The Midlands has a rich history of innovation, engineering and manufacturing, and in recent years has seen significant growth in the technology sector, with many start-ups and established companies developing cutting-edge solutions attracting UK business investors and leading to disruption in multiple industries.

The recognition of Oxygen Finance as one of the Top 50 Tech Disruptors in the Midlands, along with Codemasters, Microlise, 5PRING, Niyo, Previsico, Groubook, Vanti, Hallam and GeoSLAM amongst others, highlights the region’s continued success in driving innovation and growth.

The award recognises the innovative solutions Oxygen has developed to challenge traditional purchase-to-pay processes and financing models. Our proprietary platform allows buyers to offer suppliers early payment options in exchange for a discount, resulting in faster payment for suppliers and both an income and enhanced supplier relationships for buyers.

Oxygen’s Marketing Director, John Newton, said, “We are extremely proud to have been recognised as one of the top 50 tech disruptors in the Midlands. This welcome recognition as a tech disruptor shows that we are well on our way to achieving our mission to deliver social value through financial technology, and is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team. We are thrilled to be part of a vibrant tech ecosystem in the West Midlands and look forward to continuing to drive innovation in the region.”

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