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Digitizing Payables and Receivables for All Business Sizes

Credits: CTP/CCM: 1.2 | FPAC: N/A

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Considering the disruption to physical operations and the challenges of a remote workforce, COVID-19 has exacerbated major weaknesses in check payments. Companies reliant on checks are experiencing cash management issues because it is difficult to get to the office to print and sign checks for vendors or collect and process checks from customers. However, companies with established digital programs are faring much better in executing payments remotely and are now looking to drive further digital transformation for the remaining check processes. But how do you get the small/mid-sized vendor, or customer, on board with electronic payments? Join AFP, Capital One and NACHA as we discuss the common obstacles and how to overcome them. 

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the paper to electronic cost benefit savings using industry data
  • Determine a best practices approach for converting your paper payments to electronic

This recording was originally delivered as a live event on Tuesday, November 10, 2021 and is now available to you as a convenient and cost-effective way to support your learning and development while also earning CTP, CCM and/or FP&A credits.
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  • James Tucker
    Senior Vice President
    Capital One
  • Tom Hunt, CTP
    Director, Treasury Services
  • Robert Unger
    Senior Director, Product Management and Stratetic Initiatives