The BPC conducts several conference calls, in-person meetings and webinars throughout the year. In-person meetings are usually held in conjunction with the NACHA Payments and AFP Annual Conferences. Calls, webinars, and in-person meetings are open to the public.
Upcoming Meetings and Webinars:
- BPC in-person meeting at the AFP Annual Conference in Boston, MA
Sunday, October 20, 2019
11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Boston Convention Center, Room 208
Robert Unger, AAP, Senior Director Product Management and Strategic Initiatives at NACHA, will present on NACHA’s efforts to help corporates with some of the pain points of B2B payments. This is a great topic for corporate practitioners, so feel free to invite colleagues and clients. We will also have updates on BPC activities.
I Want Romaine in My Caesar Salad: Blockchain, Food Safety and Payment Process Evolution
In late 2018, you could only get kale in your Caesar Salad because of an E. coli outbreak in the romaine lettuce supply chain. Now, the Blockchain Food Safety Alliance is deploying blockchain technology to facilitate easier exchange of information to speed food safety investigations. Similarly, NACHA is creating new infrastructure and tools to facilitate an easier and secure way for parties to share financial information across a number of B2B and C2B processes. Working with leading edge technology partners, these integrated services herald a modern “corporate experience” to overcome legacy challenges for exchanging financial information, reducing fraud and improving internal controls.
You don’t need to register for the conference to attend the meeting, and guests, colleagues and clients are welcome. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, October 7.
- Joint webinar with the Credit Research Foundation (CRF)
CRF 2019 Survey: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Robotic Process Automation in Credit and Accounts Receivable
Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 1 p.m. ET
Watch for more details soon!
Check back for dates and times of other topics we’re queuing up, including:
- Small and medium business adoption of electronic payments
- Emerging technologies in payments