Volopay, a corporate card and payment management company backed by Y Combinator, has partnered with Plum, an employee health and insurance platform. The partnership will allow Volopay customers to benefit from and access comprehensive insurance coverage and additional benefits such as teleconsultations and health check-ups.
It will also expand access to advanced healthcare benefits for its customers’ employees. The partnership was established to equip Volopay’s customer base with employee-focused tools to enhance the benefits they provide to their staff, the company said in a press release.
“At Volopay, customer experience is extremely important and we strive to provide world-class services and benefits to all of our customers. Our partnership with Plum is another example of our determination to strengthen our relationships with our customers,” said Rajith Shaji, co-founder and CEO of Volopay.
Plum aims to accelerate the adoption of health insurance in India by making it accessible, affordable and usable for employees and their families. The platform provides employee health insurance and benefits to over 2,000 people-focused organizations, including many startups.
Volopay is an all-in-one, unified receivables and payables platform that can be used to streamline and automate financial management for accounting and finance teams. The platform offers various products and offerings, including invoice management, accounting automation, integrations, and company cards, among others. Some of their clients include CoinDCX, Polygon (Matic), MPL, InVideo, MX Media, Livspace, Moneysmart, Smartkarma, Funding Societies, BukuWarung, Deputy, HealthifyMe, among others, the company said.