Accounts Payable (AP) Automation Software Market by Technology Innovations and Demand 2020 to 2026

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Nov 30, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
The Accounts Payable (AP) Automation Software Market report is a compilation of first-hand information, qualitative and quantitative assessment by industry analysts, inputs from industry experts and industry participants across the value chain. The report provides in-depth analysis of parent market trends, macro-economic indicators and governing factors along with market attractiveness as per segments. The report also maps the qualitative impact of various market factors on market segments and geographies.

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Top LeadingCompanies of Global Accounts Payable (AP) Automation Software Market are Freshbooks, Xero, Zoho, Intuit, Brightpearl, Sage, FinancialForce, Tipalti, PaySimple, Acclivity Group, KashFlow Software, Araize, Micronetics, Norming Software, Yat Software, SAP, and others.

On The Basis Of Product, The Accounts Payable (AP) Automation Software Market Is Primarily Split Into

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Google moves into Venmo and bank territory with checking accounts and updated payment app

  • Google will let users open a bank account through its Google Pay app, in a partnership with Citi and Stanford Federal Credit Union beginning next year.
  • The tech giant is relaunching the payments app to allow people to pay friends, similar to PayPal’s popular Venmo and Square’s Cash App. 
  • “It’s going to have a broad appeal, but especially among the younger population, Gen Z, that are more tech-driven and mobile-focused,” said Anand Selva, CEO of U.S. consumer banking at Citi.

Google takes on banking, plans to compete with Square, Paypal

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Google is moving deeper into consumer finance.

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The tech giant will let users open bank accounts, pay friends and manage budgets through a new version of its Google Pay app rolling out Wednesday. 

The Mountain View, California-based company partnered with Citi and Stanford Federal Credit Union to launch the mobile bank accounts and

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Google Pay revamps with new focus on managing bank accounts and finances

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Google is pushing further into personal finance.


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Google wants its software to become the center of people’s financial lives. The search giant on Wednesday said it’s overhauling its Google Pay service, which lets people pay for stuff using their phones, and extending the focus to online banking, shopping and loyalty programs.

It’s partnering with a handful of banks and financial institutions to create “a new mobile-first bank account,” called Plex, managed through the Google Pay app. Starting next year, institutions including Citi, BBVA and the Stanford Federal Credit Union will offer the Plex accounts, which come with no monthly fees or overdraft charges. 

Google hopes to lure people to its software with the promise of a better user experience. It said its artificial intelligence will make it easier to search through purchases. For example, it will show you a charge from a taqueria if you search for something

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Google Expands Pay App With Bank Accounts and Debit Card

Alphabet’s Google said it expanded its Google Pay app to enable users to open back accounts, pay friends and manage budgets.



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The updated application debuted Wednesday.

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Alphabet partnered with Citi and Stanford Federal Credit Union to launch the mobile bank accounts with plans to add 11 new partner institutions in 2021.

“Along with our bank partners, we were looking to make banking more relevant for the mobile-first generation,” Caesar Sengupta, general manager of payments at Google, told CNBC Wednesday.

“It will help our partners make banking more approachable to that generation, and not only make it more relevant, but make it more fun.”

Google will have so-called Plex checking and savings accounts, which have no monthly fees, overdraft charges or minimum-balance requirements.

People who sign up for Google bank accounts can request a physical debit card,

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Got a new phone? Don’t forget to transfer your Google Authenticator accounts

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Don’t forget to transfer Google’s Authenticator app when you set up a new phone! 


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When you get a new phone, be it the brand new iPhone 12, a Galaxy S20 FE or any one of our other top picks, one of the first things you should do — before checking your iPhone or Android settings — is to transfer the accounts you have set up in Google Authenticator to your new phone. Doing so will ensure you can still access your two-factor codes and sign in to those accounts on your new phone. Without those codes, you could very well end up locked out of your online accounts.

Two-factor authentication adds an extra layer of security to your online accounts by requiring a randomly generated six-digit code after you’ve entered your password. As privacy concerns continue to rise amid breach after breach, two-factor authentication (along

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Twitter Clamped Down on Trump, but Army of Accounts Spread His Message

Hours before President Trump falsely claimed to supporters at the White House early on Wednesday that he had already won the presidential election, he prefaced his argument with a tweet. “We are up BIG, but they are trying to STEAL the Election,” he wrote.

Twitter clamped down on the statement, which lacked evidence, in about five minutes. The social media platform added a label saying the tweet contained disputed or misleading information, and largely blocked users from replying, liking or sharing it.

But that didn’t stop more than 750 other Twitter accounts from trying to amplify Mr. Trump’s claims with the exact same message.

“Everyone must tweet what @realDonaldTrump did before getting suppressed by Twitter,” all of the accounts posted, before sharing Mr. Trump’s message verbatim.

The accounts, which had at least 1.5 million combined followers, copied Mr. Trump’s claim into more than 1,000 of their own tweets that collectively

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YouTube Accounts Livestream Fake Election Results to Thousands

(Bloomberg) — Several YouTube accounts livestreamed fake U.S. election results to tens of thousands of viewers hours before any of the polls closed — and before YouTube took the clips down as spam.



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The logo for YouTube Inc. is displayed on a laptop computer in an arranged photograph taken in the Brooklyn borough of New York, U.S., on Sunday, May 10, 2020. The video arm of Alphabet Inc.’s Google is offering new tools and audience statistics specifically for advertising on TV – screen space where YouTube has trailed cable channel.

Starting Tuesday morning, multiple channels posted similar, lengthy live videos on the Google-owned site. Each showed a mock presidential election map filled in with theoretical results. These broadcasts appeared at the top of the YouTube page for the search term “election results” and were watched by thousands of online viewers. Some of the clips ran advertisements.

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Facebook takes down three coordinated networks using fake accounts

Facebook said it took down three small, separate networks using fake accounts to try to mislead people on its social media sites, including at least one account sowing misinformation about the election.



Facebook said it took down three small coordinated networks trying to spread misleading information on its social media sites.


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Facebook said it took down three small coordinated networks trying to spread misleading information on its social media sites.

Two of the networks were targeting audiences in the United States, and one fake account was trying to convince people of unsubstantiated claims that voting systems have been compromised.

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Facebook took down the three networks under its “coordinated inauthentic behavior” policy, which removes fake accounts that work together to try to mislead people about who they are and their intentions. The company used the same policy this summer to take down a network of more than 100 pages and accounts affiliated with felon and former Republican operative Roger Stone.

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Stalker with 61 social media accounts is jailed

George Coughlan has been jailed for 21 months (Picture: SWNS)
George Coughlan has been jailed for 21 months (Picture: SWNS)

An “extreme stalker” who set up 61 social media accounts to harass his victim has been jailed. 

George Coughlan used 19 fake Instagram profiles to bombard the woman with abuse.

The 33-year-old also hacked into the victim’s CCTV system to spy on her at home and was caught when he sent her a video showing her relaxing in her own living room.

The victim, who knew Coughlan, called police and he was arrested on 29 February this year.

Police seized his phone and discovered between last December and February he had sent hundreds of messages to the woman.

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Some of the threatening messages George Coughlan sent to the victim (Picture: SWNS)
Some of the threatening messages George Coughlan sent to the victim (Picture: SWNS)

In one sinister message, he told her: “I will mek it my dying breath to mek ur life end

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‘Minecraft’ Requiring Microsoft Accounts To Play Beginning In 2021

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  • Microsoft accounts will be required to all “Minecraft” players starting next year
  • Microsoft, through Xbox Game Studios, purchased “Minecraft” developer Mojang Studios in 2014
  • Features offered with Microsoft accounts include two-factor authentication and improved parental controls

“Minecraft” players without Microsoft accounts will no longer be able to play the game next year.

Since it was launched in 2011, “Minecraft” has had two separately developed versions. The original “Minecraft: Java Edition” used Mojang accounts for developer Mojang Studios while “Minecraft: Bedrock Edition” used Microsoft accounts for the console and Windows store version.

When the change announced on the official “Minecraft” blog is implemented, the accounts will be the same but cross-play between the two versions will not be allowed. It is a move that some expected to happen years ago since Mojang Studios was acquired by Microsoft through Xbox Game Studios back in 2014.

The blog compares the change

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