Fintech company Onguard is one of the most successful Dutch software companies according to Main Software 50
Onguard, the fintech company specialising in the Order to Cash process, was awarded third prize for most successful software company during the seventh edition of the Main Software 50 Awards.
Onguard and Order2Cash’s strategic partnership was based on the recognition that the market was in need of a fully integrated platform that incorporated every link in the order-to-cash chain. Both parties possess the necessary expertise and tools for this process
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