Diagram uses icons in Visa gold and blue colors to illustrate a more efficient cross-border payment transaction.
The graphic shows a streamlined transaction of how Business A would send a payment to Business B. The transaction begins with Business A on the left, passes through its bank, Bank A, located immediately to its right, and then through the Visa B2B Connect network to Business B’s bank, Bank B on the right, and finally to Business B.
Business A is represented with a corporate building icon. Business A connects to the icon of Bank A immediately to its right with an arrow, indicating the flow of payment. Bank A icon is located along the far left edge of a circle that represents the reach of the Visa B2B Connect network. Inside this circle is a symbol for Visa B2B Connect. At the far right side of the circle, there is an icon for Bank B, indicating Bank A and Bank B are both part of the Visa B2B Connect network. The transaction from Bank A to Bank B flows through the Visa B2B Connect network. Bank B then connects directly to Business B on its immediate right side with another arrow, indicating how the payment will ultimately reach Business B, represented with a corporate building icon, after travelling directly between the two banks across the Visa B2B Connect network.
Lock symbols, located to the right of Business A and to the left of Business B, indicate that the Visa B2B Connect network is secure, its digital identity feature tokenizing Business A and Business B’s sensitive information.