The premier supply chain finance platform for global banks & financial institutions

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Octet is a turnkey supply chain financing solution for banks and other financial institutions. Enable your business customers to negotiate, transact and pay domestic and global suppliers in the cloud. Track, validate and authorize each step of the supply chain, with full document visibility and any payment option, from cash to cards and loans.

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How Octet helps your business customers pay their suppliers

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Both your business customers and their suppliers are vetted against global banking standards, reducing risk and securing the transaction.


Exchange purchasing documents

Your business customers and their suppliers can upload supporting documents, from purchase order to invoice to proof of delivery into the Octet platform. All documents are available at your fingertips so that you have full visibility while your business customers and their suppliers can validate and authorize each step of the process.


Authorize payment

Let your business customers use the payment method suited to them, from cash to credit cards and loan facilities. Pool payment methods to pay single transactions, syndicate lending capabilities and offer real-time foreign exchange feeds.


Reap the benefits

Suppliers are paid immediately, enabling your business customers to negotiate early settlement discounts. With faster and more efficient transactions, business customers will keep coming back for more.

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Octet is trusted by banks and financial institutions around the world to
facilitate more than 30,000 B2B transactions across 73 countries.
  • Westpac

    Australia's First Bank, with more than 13 million customers globally

  • St. George

    A Westpac company offering personal, business and corporate banking as well as wealth management solutions

  • Bank SA

    A Westpac company offering personal, business and corporate banking as well as wealth management solutions

  • Bank of Melbourne

    A Westpac company offering personal, business and corporate banking, as well as wealth management solutions

  • American Express

    World-class charge and credit cards, rewards programs and premium products for consumer and business customers

  • HSBC

    HSBC Bank is one of the largest banking and financial services organisations in the world with 7,500 offices in over 80 countries and territories

  • Mastercard

    Global payments that connect consumers, businesses, merchants, issuers and governments around the world

  • Asia Factor

    Provides accounts receivable financing and value-added services to small and medium enterprises in China and abroad

  • Bank of Nanjing

    A city commercial bank offering financing, international payments and settlements

  • Accord Financial

    Leading provider of financing solutions for small and medium sized business in Canada and the USA

  • OFX

    Offers fast and secure international money transfers at competitive exchange rates

  • Octet China

    Octet China helps Chinese businesses export to overseas buyers through a closed community trading network

  • Octet Turkey

    Providing supply chain management and payment platform to small and medium sized businesses in Turkey

  • Western Union

    Global money transfer leader available at more than 500,000 locations worldwide

Octet builds strong partnerships

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Octet has supported over 25,000 transactions worth in excess of $1 billion across more than 60 countries.

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