Finally, A Corporate Card Made for Media Companies

Meet Ramp's powerful financial automation solution—cards, integrated bill pay, expense management, and real-time reporting. All within your account and 100% free.
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Upgrade your finance stack

Say goodbye to loose invoices and redundant paperwork. Take control of your finances with a convenient dashboard that syncs in real-time to your favorite accounting tools such as Xero, Netsuite, Sage, and QuickBooks.

No fees, no fine prints

We've had enough of hidden fees, interest and tiers. Ramp is a superpowered charge card, surfacing insights on spend, negotiating SaaS contracts on your behalf, and more. All free plus 1.5% cashback on every single transaction.

10-20x higher credit limit

Ramp's underwriting process factors in the greater of your commerce-based sales or bank balance to give you greater limits to help scale your business. No personal founder guarantee, or pull on your personal credit line.

FAQ

Is Ramp just a corporate card?
Ramp is more than just a corporate card. It is the only finance automation platform designed to save you time and money. Ramp is 5-in-1 software that consolidates corporate cards, expense management, bill payments, accounting automation, and insights and reporting into one user-friendly free platform providing you the best control and visibility.
Is Ramp a charge card or credit card?
Ramp is a corporate charge card powered by the Visa network. Unlike conventional credit cards, charge cards require you to pay your monthly balance in full by each statement period. Therefore, Ramp does not charge interest.
Does Ramp corporate card report to credit bureaus?
Yes, Ramp reports to Dun & Bradstreet, the credit bureau.
How does Ramp make money?
Ramp doesn't make money through interests, membership, or fees. Ramp gets a share of interchange fee that is split between Visa and the merchant's underlying bank every time you make a transaction using Ramp.
Will applying Ramp affect my personal credit score, or do I have to personally guarantee the cards?
Nope to both questions.
How does my media company qualify for a Ramp card?
In order to qualify for Ramp, a business must be: 1) Be registered in the United States; 2) Be a corporation, limited liability company, or LP; and 3) Have >=$75,000 in cash in a US business bank account
Will my bookkeepers love Ramp?
Absolutely! Accountants and bookkeepers love Ramp. Ramp integrates with the most popular accounting software such as Quickbooks, Xero, Sage Intacct, and NetSuite. Just plug Ramp into your accounting system and orchestrate your ideal workflows from AP automation to reconciliation.

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Strong control and great visibility

Manage spend down to the merchant and card level. Spend less time doing repeat paperwork, and more time growing your business.

Live support

Our experts are standing by to help you troubleshoot or offer guidance anytime you need it.

Runs on Visa

Accepted at millions of merchants all over the world, with built-in fraud protections and security benefits.

Roll out in minutes and scale easily

Get set up, issue cards, and start making payments in less than 15 minutes.
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