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
e-Invoice Interoperability Framework: e-Delivery Network Feasibility and Semantic Model Assessments webinar
Date: Thursday, January 30
Time: 12 – 1 p.m. CT
Join us for the second FedPayments Improvement webinar in the e-Invoice series, which will explore the e-Delivery Network Feasibility Assessment (PDF) and the Semantic Model Assessment (PDF) reports. This session builds on the December 5 webinar, which covered the Overview of an e-Invoice Interoperability Framework (PDF) report. If you missed it, be sure to view the recording (Off-site, YouTube).
An open, federated network of access points enables broad connectivity for businesses to exchange e-invoices. A scalable e-delivery network that uses common standards and protocols simplifies and reduces the costs of exchanging e-Invoices between disparate systems. The BPC e-Invoicing work groups published three reports in late 2019 as part of an initiative to address barriers to corporate business-to-business (B2B) payments efficiency.
The webinar will provide:
- An understanding of the high-level requirements and standards required to establish an open, federated network of access points for the U.S. market
- A comprehensive analysis of existing semantic data models to determine the feasibility, high-level requirements and recommendations for the U.S. market
You will receive a confirmation email message from FedPayments Improvement with a link to a calendar meeting and instructions on how to join the event. Check your spam email folder if you don’t receive the confirmation.
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