Why More than Big Businesses Should Automate
Automation has quickly become a crucial way for businesses to stay competitive in 2019, finding popular use cases across industries as more useful tools are created.
How technology can improve company oversight and efficiency
SEP 11, 2019
Traditional oversight measures often lack the capability to supervise large quantities of assets.
13th Fastest Growing Company in British Columbia
AUG 20, 2019
Beanworks was listed as the 13th fastest growing company in BC for 2019 by Business In Vancouver.
SMEs Can Save $12 and 40 Days Processing Time On Each Invoice By Automating Their Accounts Payable
July 30, 2019
Beanworks AP and Levvel Research today announced the release of their collaborative report entitled, “Mature Accounts Payable for the Small and Mid-Size Enterprise.” The report looked at trends in automation processes amongst SMEs, finding that through automation, SMEs can save time and money in the AP processes.
Why companies need to digitally transform their accounts payable
JUL 23, 2019
The tried and true process of putting pen to paper has persisted with accounts payable solutions throughout much of the previous century. As digital transformation has swept through the majority of industries, accounts payable has largely remained the same — even across remote locations where the need is great.
What women entrepreneurs think about gender diversity and quotas
Jul 12, 2019
While some acknowledge that legislation can lead to progress, it doesn’t always address the root cause of lack of gender diversity in company leadership and on boards.
Token hires don’t help diversity, making core changes does
JUN 25, 2019
Discussing diversity and inclusion (D&I) practices in the workplace can be a delicate subject — but it shouldn’t be. Rather than dance around the subject or get defensive about the reason for the imbalance, HR leaders and CEOs must make a conscious and active effort to openly discuss how best to tackle the issue.
Cultivating equality: how new entrepreneurs can grow diversity from within
JUN 19, 2019
Diversity in 2019 is a vastly different concept than in generations prior. We may have progressed, but many inequalities often remain ingrained into the very foundations of workplace environments.
Mergers and divisions that could shake up the global accountancy industry
MAY 24, 2019
Catherine Dahl, Beanworks CEO, spoke to Startupbeat.com about how AI and audit automation will have an impact on breaking up the oligopoly of global accounting firms, and how this will have a positive impact for consumers.
B.C.’s Most Influential Women in Finance
MAR 7, 2019
Catherine Dahl, Beanworks CEO, is recognized as one of B.C.’s Most Influential Women in Finance by BC Business Magazine.
Why diverse businesses make the most talented companies
MAR, 4 2019
We are currently experiencing a paradigm shift. Companies are slowly waking up to the fact that women are a vital aspect of any business, a fact that has been overlooked for many years. However, as we strive to put more women in positions of power, a question has arisen – should a business’ pursuit for diversity trump skills, talent, or experience?
Accounts payable automation: Fighting fraud one payment at a time
FEB 28, 2019
Automation technology has helped spruce up finance software and online tools, says Catherine Dahl, of Beanworks, but automation of accounts payable has lagged behind, leaving the process painfully tedious and manual.
The Key To Unlocking Business Growth
Female empowerment in the workplace should not be considered an obligation, but an opportunity.
Beanworks Raises $10.1 Million Series B To Automate Accounting
SEPT 20, 2018
Vancouver-based Beanworks, which allows accounting teams to automate redundant tasks, has raised a $10.1 million Series B round. The round was led by FINTOP Capital, with participation from BDC Capital’s Women in Technology Fund.
Beanworks Raises $10.1 Million in Series B Funding
SEPT 19, 2018
Vancouver-based Beanworks, an accounts payable (AP) automation company, has raised $10.1 million in a Series B funding round.
Beanworks Champions Gender Diversity As Strategy for Business Growth
SEPT 18, 2018
Keeping a balance is an important aspect of almost everything in life. Nature, diet, exercise and life are all best when kept in harmony with the right amount of balance, and the workplace is no different. In fact, it was recently found that having a gender-diverse board of directors can help to protect the environment.
Gender-diverse fintech company Beanworks closes $7.7M (USD) Series B
SEPT 18, 2018
Beanworks, a Canadian fintech and SaaS company, closes a $7.7 million Series B round, citing a culture of gender diversity and inclusion as part of its business growth strategy.
Beanworks CEO Catherine Dahl Receives Startup Canada BC Regional Award
The results of the fourth annual Startup Canada Awards were recently announced in regional ceremonies across the country. Beanworks CEO Catherine Dahl took home the Woman Entrepreneurship Award, presented by Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC), as one of one of the 2017 BC Regional Winners.
Beanworks Named to BIV’s Top 100 Fastest Growing Companies in BC List
Business in Vancouver’s annual inventory of the 100 fastest-growing companies in the province includes a wide range of entrepreneurs and companies representing sectors across BC’s business spectrum.
Startup Podcast: Driving Fintech in Gastown with Beanworks’ Catherine Dahl
In this week’s #StartupPodcast, host Rivers Corbett talks to Dahl about what it means to innovate traditional finance and how this Gastown startup is giving back.
Beanworks Scores Innovative Investment from Vancouver’s TIMIA Capital
Vancouver-based accounting software company Beanworks has closed a $4.5-million round of funding. The company says the cash injection will help fund its growth in the wake of its recent partnership with Sage Accounting.
BIV on Roundhouse: Catherine Dahl
Beanworks CEO Catherine Dahl talks about growth potential in Vancouver’s tech scene after her startup just raised $4.5 million in funding in this episode of BIV on Roundhouse Radio.
Beanworks Climbs AP Automation Market With Fresh Funding
Accounting and accounts payable management company Beanworks, based in Canada, secured new funding, the company said Tuesday, June 6.
Beanworks Raises Series A to Automate Accounting
Beanworks has raised a Series A round of funding. The Vancouver startup secured $4.5 million in capital. The round was led by Vancouver Founder Fund and TIMIA Capital.
Beanworks Raises $4.5 million Series A, Adds New VPs
Vancouver-based Beanworks has raised a $4.5 million Series A. The round was led by the Vancouver Founder Fund and TIMIA Capital.
Beanworks CEO Smashes Glass Ceiling to Secure Series A Funding
Beanworks is now the beneficiary of $4.5M in Series A funding, led by Vancouver Founder Fund and TIMIA Capital.
Ask The Thought Leaders: What’s the Future of SaaS?
Beanworks CEO Catherine Dahl talks about her predictions for the future of SaaS in this think piece from The Future of Everything.
Beanworks Innovation Solves Business Woes on East Coast and Beyond
Today, Catherine Dahl, CEO of Beanworks, addressed a crowd of business owners and leaders at Sage Sessions in Halifax to highlight the vital role accounts payable automation plays in saving businesses both valuable time and money.
Sage Partners with Beanworks to help Small & Medium Businesses Automate their Payables Workflow
Sage, the market leader for integrated accounting, payroll and payment systems, has announced a significant partnership with Beanworks, an accounting workflow automation and payments provider based in Canada.
Cambridge Global Payments and Beanworks Pave the Way for Cross-Border Payments and AP Automation
Cambridge Global Payments, a leading provider of integrated cross-border payment services and risk management solutions, and Beanworks Solutions, a leader in cloud-based accounts payable automation, today announced their strategic partnership to provide businesses with cost-effective accounts payable automation that now allows for electronic payments of vendor invoices including cross border.
Three B.C. technology startups have benefited from early stage investments by BDC Venture Capital
A partner with Vancouver’s GrowLabs accelerator, BDC Venture Capital has invested almost $1 billion in technology companies to date including early stage investments in two B.C. companies.
Betakit – Canadian Startup News Covers Beanworks
Great article from Joseph Czikk at Betakit on Beanworks that covers our startup history with Hyperdrive through to our recent partnership with Cambridge Mercantile.
Beanworks at the CPA National “The One” Conference
The Bean team is on the road again, this time for the Chartered Professional Accountants Canada National conference titled “The One“.
Cortex Business Solutions and Beanworks Solutions Inc., enter into a formal partnership driving further P2P automation and efficiencies through an integrated solution
Today announces the signing of a formal partnership agreement with Beanworks Solutions Inc., for the purpose of extending their Procurement-to-Pay offering of providing automation to customers with Cortex.
CloudTalk Radio – Interview with Beanworks CEO
Beanworks CEO, Catherine Dahl, is featured on CloudTalk radio’s Getting Loud in the Cloud morning radio show – a weekly one-hour talk show in which co-hosts Robert J. Chandler and Scott West invite business listeners to join them in “Getting Loud in the Cloud.”
Beanworks takes on BlackBox Connect Spring 2014
16 startups from 16 countries around the world were selected to attend and of them Communitech nominated Beanworks was the sole Canadian company selected for the Spring 2014 program.
2014 BlackBox Spring Program – Beanworks Video Journey
Communitech is the Waterloo Ontario Region hub for the commercialization of innovative technologies. Over the years, we have supported and helped build a tech cluster of nearly 1,000 companies that now generates more than $30 billion in revenue.
The Napkin Pitch and Other Lessons from my Two Weeks in the Valley
The aim of program, founded by angel investor Fadi Bishara and sponsored by Google for Entrepreneurs, is to bring global (non-U.S.) startups to Silicon Valley, infuse Valley culture into their companies and help them break into the U.S. market.
REUSE, REBOOT: Sometimes a company just doesn’t work in its first iteration, but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth salvaging
Catherine Dahl realized fairly soon after her Vancouver-based startup launched its online, automated e-payables software in 2010 that it might not be able to bear fruit. Dahl, chief operating officer of what was then Bean Services Inc., said the program worked for existing customers in the beta phase.
BCTIA Six:Forty Event (Video) – Catherine Dahl CEO of Beanworks
On March 11, 2014, eight presenters took to the stage to tell their stories. With limited time and limited slides, they all made it look easy — though trust us, it’s anything but!
Vancouver’s Beanworks Selected to Join Silicon Valley Accelerator
Former Hyperdrive startup Beanworks, the “accounts payable evolved” startup from Vancouver has been selected to participate in a two-week Google-sponsored accelerator program called BlackBox.
Upstart Breakfast Series – featuring Catherine Dahl of Beanworks, Jeff Morgan of Kite and Phil Jacobson of PumpUp
UpStart Breakfast Series – featuring Catherine Dahl of Beanworks, Jeff Morgan of Kite and Phil Jacobson of PumpUp.
BCTIA ConnectFX: Beanworks
The Beanworks’ team spun out of another start-up company that was founded in 2006 and also built a prototype of Beanworks that is still in commercial use today. Beanworks Solutions Inc. is the next generation in accounting automation systems, focusing on the specific needs of mid-sized companies everywhere. Beanworks’ core product automates the vendor invoice process from the creation of a purchase order through to electronic payment.
Beanworks CEO Catherine Dahl Presenting At The BC Tech Forum
These startups are all creators of innovative business solutions and each one of them — including our very Beanworks CEO Catherine Dahl — will be giving you a crash course in how successful startup pitches are done.