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Decimal Factor arranges payments and lends to small and medium-sized businesses with stable funding. The company is working on open-banking-enabled data capture to build a digital campaign with portals, applications and merchant management tools. The company aims to use cloud-based technology to make payments. The funds will be used for marketing, technology, operations and management.

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Rated on 15/11/2019

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Team members are highly motivated, skilled, qualified and endorsed in their roles. The company has assigned employees for each role.The CEO has deep domain knowledge and has been working in the financial industry for more than 10 years.


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  • £858,602
  • 101%
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  • Expired
    09 Dec 2019


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    10 Oct 19 Seedrs £858,602 / 101% 64.33%
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