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Streamlining vendor payments with Brex

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Vendor payments

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T&E, software subscriptions

Top Spend Categories

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Houston, Texas



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Headquartered in Houston with offices in Australia, India, and Hungary, Techwave is a leading global IT services and solutions company revolutionizing digital transformations.


After several issues with their previous banking relationships, Techwave began using Brex for vendor payments. Attracted to the high credit limits, the company wanted a corporate card it could issue to its managers, traveling consultants, and international leaders.


Since onboarding with Brex, Techwave enjoys a higher credit limit, and has more control over its vendor payment process. “The credit limit is great,” says Vice President of BI Practice Murali Kovuri.

With Brex in the picture, our processes are much more efficient, especially when it comes to vendor payments. Now we just schedule our payments and go.

Aside from streamlining its processes, helping to maintain its cash flow, and providing useful statement credits each month, Kovuri says Techwave appreciates Brex’s unparalleled customer service. When he encountered card issues while travelling, Brex customer support helped troubleshoot and fix the problem immediately. “I sent a report to Brex customer service, and got it resolved very quickly,” says Kovuri.

Brex support is always quick and helpful.

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