If the last few years have taught us anything, it's that we need better tools to help great people collaborate from anywhere.
One of the hardest parts of building a global organization is getting people paid. Companies often end up juggling multiple platforms, dealing with currency headaches, and spending far too much time managing software.
Hey, Matt here. I’m the CEO at Panther, which I co-founded with my good friend, Vasil. Here’s a picture of us together in Macedonia:
A couple years back, before Panther, Vasil and I ran a personal chef startup. The pandemic hit, the startup came to an end, and we were left with a talented team who needed jobs.
But because so much of the team was outside of the United States, the U.S.-based companies I talked to just wouldn’t hire them. It was frustrating: Why should great talent and great companies be separated by borders?
That’s why Vasil and I started Panther: To empower a world where talent exists without borders.
We think that you should be able to hire the best talent in the world, no matter where they live. We also believe that talented people everywhere should have access to the world's top jobs, not just those who live in a handful of cities.
Panther makes this dream possible. With our platform, you can assemble your global dream team in more than 150 countries.
We let you skip expensive EORs and hire independent contractors with locally-compliant contracts. You can also pay and manage your entire team, saving you from payroll and currency headaches.
Panther used to offer Employer-of-Record services. But we quickly realized that it’s just not realistic for most companies. It’s expensive, slow, and frustrating. So we’ve built a contractor management solution that makes global hiring easy, finally. You can hire people with locally-compliant contracts, pay your whole team with a click, and bypass the lengthy EOR process when you find great talent abroad.
An MT103 is a standardized receipt the SWIFT payment message uses to identify cross-border payments in the form of international wires.