XTM Inc. (“XTM” or the “Company”) (QB: XTMIF / CSE:PAID / FSE:7XT), a Miami and Toronto-based Fintech creator of disruptive payment innovations and staff management solutions specifically for service industries including hospitality, personal care and service staff today announced that 2022’s Gross Dollar Value (“GDV”), a non-IFRS metric the Company monitors to track performance increased 200% over the previous year of 2021.
“We are pleased with our results, growth, innovations, and revenue,” said Marilyn Schaffer, XTM CEO. “Our rapid growth creates increased auditing complexity as it relates to huge volumes of transactions,” said Marilyn Schaffer, CEO, XTM. “We look forward to fully publishing our 2022 results and subsequent events that will further define us.”
On innovation includes the company adding ancillary revenue streams such as Today Goals™ in-app subscription-based and gamified budgeting tool, with a high conversion rate. As well, the company is now implementing its SAAS Timely™ module, time and attendance and staff management for employment agencies and professional employment organizations with a live date in 30-45 days.
XTM, www.xtminc.com, is a Miami and Toronto-based fintech innovator in the neo-banking space, helping businesses and service workers in the hospitality and personal care space disseminate and access earned wages and gratuities. XTM's Today™ Solution, comprised of a free mobile app and a Visa or Mastercard debit card with free banking features, is used by thousands of restaurants, salons and staff across Canada and the United States. XTM is a global card issuer and real-time payment specialist and its technology is used by Restaurants and Salons at no charge to automate and expedite worker payouts and eliminate cash from their ecosystems. XTM's Today solution drives enterprise value with efficiency and a bespoke user experience designed specifically for restaurateurs and personal care services.
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