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Slyp is a developer of financial software designed to enhance post-purchase banking experience. The company's platform creates a smart receipt that links invoices to customers through their bank account and banking apps, enabling retailers and bankers to gain insights on in-store shoppers, enhance their digital proposition and improve operational efficiency.
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Employees (est.) (May 2022)51(+7%)
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Slyp Financials and Metrics

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Slyp total Funding

$6.6 m

Slyp latest funding size

$4 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago

Slyp investors

Slyp's latest funding round in September 2019 was reported to be $4 m. In total, Slyp has raised $6.6 m
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Slyp News and Updates

Australia's big four banks double down on investment in smart receipt app Slyp

Australia's Slyp has experienced a significant show of confidence from the country's big four banks, who have joined a further $25 million funding round in the digital receipt startup.

Big banks back receipts fintech Slyp in $25 million Series A

Australia’s biggest banks have once again backed digital receipts fintech Slyp in a $25 million Series A. Former PwC boss Luke Sayers joined the round as a new investor through the Sayers Group, along with Gabby and Hezi Leibovich. They join existing backers including Westpac’s Reinventure and NAB V…

Fintech Slyp scores NAB as the first bank to roll out its smart receipts

Big four bank NAB has is introducing ‘smart receipts’ by Sydney fintech Slyp onto the bank’s mobile app in an Australian first. Slyp, founded three years ago by former PayPal and ANZ executives Paul Weingarth, Spiro Rokos, and Mike Boyd, already has the backing of the big four banks as investors, in…

BAGGING THE BIG 4: Fintech Slyp adds CBA to its backers

Digital receipts startup Slyp has added the last of the big four banks to its investor list with the Commonwealth Bank signing up as a minority stakeholder. That makes it the first fintech to bag investments from the big 4 banks with Westpac (via Reinventure), NAB and ANZ already on the books with m…

Slyp Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Slyp founded?

    Slyp was founded in 2017.

  • How many employees does Slyp have?

    Slyp has 51 employees.

  • Who are Slyp competitors?

    Competitors of Slyp include Rápido y Fácil, Beam Financial and MAJORITY.