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.
Call, April 18, 2019, 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. CT
BPC call featuring a corporate case study about smarter receivables
The agenda includes updates on current BPC initiatives and a corporate case study “Sharpen Your Focus on Smarter Receivables.”
There’s always room for improvement of your B2B receivables operation—no matter how basic or complex it is. Whether it’s all checks, all electronic or somewhere in between, building a strategic plan is the first step. While increasing electronic payments received improves efficiency for payers, it may not benefit AR without thoughtful planning. Why? Payers often separate payments from remittance detail or provide incomplete data, increasing manual processes. Unless you take a strategic approach and leverage effective tools to support receivables application and posting, you’re going to be left behind. Discover the challenges your peers are facing in driving toward a paper to electronic receivables strategy; the best practices and tools available to help AR practitioners address these challenges; and how Tronox set its AR objectives, created a strategic plan and delivered metrics-driven results.
Marguerite Versacci, CTP, Assistant Treasurer, Tronox
Karin Farnsworth, Global Product Manager, Wells Fargo
BPC in-person meeting at the NACHA Payments 2019 conference in Orlando, FL
Sunday, May 5, 2 – 4 p.m. ET
You are invited to attend the second quarter meeting of the Business Payments Coalition (BPC) on Sunday, May 5, 2019 at the NACHA 2019 Payments conference in Orlando, FL. In addition to updates on current BPC initiatives, Jessica Cheney, Vice President of Strategic Solutions at Bottomline Technologies, will lead an in-depth discussion of how financial institutions can help their corporate customers with messaging capabilities of real time payments.
Many thanks to Rob Unger of NACHA for making these meeting arrangements for us.
Please RSVP as soon as possible to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you will be joining us but are not registered for the NACHA 2019 Payments conference, let us know so we can obtain a special badge for you to attend the BPC meeting.
Watch for more details soon. Guests are welcome!
Check back for dates and times of other topics we’re queuing up 2019, including:
- Small and medium business adoption of electronic payments
- Robotic process automation (RPA), machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) in payments-related business processes
- Financial institutions and FinTechs: Disruption? Collaboration?
- Emerging technologies in payments