Traydstream is proud to join the top high-growth businesses selected globally for the Microsoft for Startups Program

Microsoft for Startups is a select global program dedicated to accelerating the trajectory of high potential B2B start-ups to enable growth at scale. The tailored technical engagement brings the full potential of Microsoft Azure’s scalability, security and global reach to the functionality of Traydstream platform.

Traydstream is a London-based FinTech, with global operations, that supports banking and corporate clients with the manual and error-prone pain points of end-to-end Trade Finance processing. Its platform utilises machine learning to extract, interpret and identify discrepancies within structured and unstructured clauses, against international UCP and ISBP trade rules, as well as checks for sanctions, compliance and vessel tracking through integrated partners.

Daniel Clayden, Traydstream’s Chief Technical Officer, “Participating in the Microsoft for Startups Program will allow us to broaden and accelerate our engagement with Microsoft, lets us benefit from the very considerable technical support they offer, and gives us access to Microsoft’s latest technology offerings, helping us further drive innovation for our clients”.

In addition to creating a seamless technical and deployment experience for clients, Traydstream is part of the Microsoft co-sell platform, enabling joint client engagements and building on the existing Microsoft relationships to access new markets and bring the Traydstream platform’s considerable efficiency and risk mitigation benefits to more businesses.

Recent Posts

Reshaping Trade Finance in Africa – Webinar of 7 July 2021

Reshaping Trade Finance in Africa – Webinar of 7 July 2021

Traydstream invited representatives of Co-Operative Bank of Kenya and ABSA Bank Kenya to discuss on-going technology developments in trade finance in Africa. Dayo Fagade, a member of the Traydstream team introduced the session and the panelists as follows: Dorcas...

Traydstream adds the power of MS Vision to its OCR Engine

Traydstream adds the power of MS Vision to its OCR Engine

In its latest platform release, Traydstream has added Microsoft Computer Vision as a component to its existing Optical Character Recognition model. MS Computer Vision is a part of Azure Cognitive Services and boosts text extraction capabilities. Traydstream has...

Automation of Document Examination under Documentary Credits

Automation of Document Examination under Documentary Credits

As digitisation continues to evolve, automated document examination will become the new normal as financial institutions learn to trust and understand how machines work and the consistent approach that this brings to the review. Let us learn about the different levels...

An update on automated document checking

An update on automated document checking

World Trade Organisation (WTO) estimates that "some 80-90% of world trade relies on trade finance". Despite this, the sector has not undergone the same technological advancements found elsewhere in finance. Currently the processes of documentary scrutiny behind trade...