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About Billeo

Billeo Enables Financial Institutions & Online Marketplaces to Offer Customers 'Buy Now, Pay Now' Options. Billeo's ZipThru services allow customers to simplify and speed up the online payment process for consumers. ZipThru Buy and ZipThru Pay allow companies to drive shopping purchases and enable card-based bill payments, directly from a website, mobile or tablet app, without having to build direct connections to each biller or merchant. By leveraging Billeo's Active-Context Platform and rich biller and merchant directories, ZipThru navigates thru the payment or checkout process, auto-fills the payment details, and captures the payment confirmation - simplifying the payment and purchase processes to one or two clicks.

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2933 Bunker Hill Lane Suite 140

Santa Clara, California, 95054,

United States


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Billeo Patents

Billeo has filed 13 patents.

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Payment systems, Mobile payments, Computer network security, Computer access control protocols, Federated identity


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Payment systems, Mobile payments, Computer network security, Computer access control protocols, Federated identity



Latest Billeo News

Danal and Billeo create mobile identity that lets you autofill those awful mobile billing forms

Mar 6, 2014

0 Payment firms Billeo and Danal have solved one of the problems that stands in the way of mobile commerce. They’ve found a way to defeat those awful mobile billing forms — which often mobile users a long time to fill out by typing one character at a time — and automate them. They have done so be creating a mobile identity solution for Billeo’s XpressBuy checkout service. The solution makes it easier to identify you and streamlines the checkout service by autofilling the forms with your relevant information, as provided by Danal. Danal will ask the user for some verified information, such as a zip code or the answer to another challenge question. The entire transactions can be completed in less than five keystrokes. This development makes transactions both more secure and consumer friendly by significantly reducing the number of keystrokes required to complete a purchase, according to the companies. Mobile shoppers have been frustrated by having to use touchscreens to enter characters, one at a time, into an array of input fields. That often leads the user to abandon the transaction altogether in 97 out of every 100 attempts. San Jose, Calif.-based Danal created a federated identity data engine that merchants and enterprises can use to authenticate a user’s identity by using direct mobile carrier account data. Billeo focuses on getting users through that “buying moment” so they can really follow through on transactions for marketplaces, shopping apps, and Facebook and Twitter communities. “Danal’s technology is superior to anything else in the industry, which makes it very easy to integrate for a cross carrier solution,” said Murali Subbarao, founder and President of Billeo, in a statement. “Their operational experience in working with carriers makes them the ideal partner for mobile identity and data solutions.” Danal is a subsidiary of Danal Co., a South Korean mobile payments company that processes $7 billion transactions for 10,000 merchants. Danal was originally known as BilltoMobile. It spun off from its parent company, but then the Korean firm bought a controlling stake in BilltoMobile for under $100 million in 2010. “Our mobile identity solution provides merchants and enterprises with a tremendous opportunity to utilize carrier data in the e-commerce space,” said Jim Greenwell, president and CEO of Danal, in a statement. “We’re pleased to announce our partnership with Billeo, and look forward to future opportunities in carrier data solutions and mobile identity.” Like this story? Want to learn more? On April 14-15, our fourth annual VentureBeat Mobile Summit will tackle the six biggest growth opportunities in mobile today. The invitation-only Summit will gather the top 180 executives at the scenic Cavallo Point Resort in Sausalito, Calif., to discuss issues like this. Request an invitation . Topics >

Billeo Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Billeo's headquarters?

    Billeo's headquarters is located at 2933 Bunker Hill Lane, Santa Clara.

  • What is Billeo's latest funding round?

    Billeo's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Billeo raise?

    Billeo raised a total of $15.26M.

  • Who are the investors of Billeo?

    Investors of Billeo include Paymentus, Claremont Creek Ventures, ATA Ventures, Pacifica Fund and Altos Ventures.

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