Why QuickBooks Online Users Are Quitting Paper Checks
There was a time when paying your suppliers invariably meant printing and mailing a paper check.
How RTP Helps Banks Reimagine Corporate Bill Pay
Businesses want more from their financial institutions.
How to Maximize Your ROI on Electronic Payments to Suppliers
Paying suppliers electronically has become a top priority for accounts payable (AP) departments. Since the start of the pandemic, the percentage of AP departments that make most of their payments to suppliers via paper check has declined by seven percentage points. Incredibly, 4% of AP departments have completely quit paper checks – they pay all their supplier invoices electronically. These statistics from the Institute of Finance and Management (IOFM), an AP trade association, make it clear that paper checks are finally losing their grip on B2B payments.
Transcard Teams Up with Mastercard to Accelerate Embedded Finance for Freight and Logistics
Supplier Payments, Simplified by ISVs
Every ISV wants to find ways to generate more revenue from new and existing clients. And helping businesses digitize and streamline their supplier payments is one way for ISVs to do just that.
How Small Businesses Can Streamline Payments to Suppliers
Small businesses have better things to do than waste lots of time managing payments to suppliers.
Transcard Announces General Availability of its SMART Hub Platform
Forget Everything You Know About Claims Management
In a market where customers must be fought for tooth and nail, ensuring a frictionless claims process is a key priority for insurers of all sizes. Insurers know that any misstep in the way they adjudicate, communicate, and pay claims can be a crucial trigger for customers to switch to a new provider.
How Guidewire Users Benefit from Embedded Payment Solutions
Between rising customer expectations, unrelenting cost pressures, disruptive new competitors, and ever-increasing regulations, property and casualty (P&C) insurers have a lot stacked against them.